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Amsterdam's Favorite Food Tour with a Local

  • Sample authentic Dutch cuisine, including stroopwafel and local fish
  • Eat like a local at some of Amsterdam’s most authentic food spots
  • Learn the historical and international influences on the city’s food culture
Amsterdam's Favorite Food Tour with a Local
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12pm tour. Taste the best local bites from the famous Pijp area and Albert Cuyp market!
US$ 44.16
3pm Amsterdam's Food Tour
3pm tour. Taste the best local bites from the famous Pijp area and Albert Cuyp market!
US$ 44.16
11am Amsterdam's Food Tour
11am tour. Taste the best local bites from the famous Pijp area and Albert Cuyp market
US$ 44.16

Finding the best places to eat in a city as big as Amsterdam can be challenging. Skip the hassle with a guided, private tasting tour. On this walk, you sample local delicacies while learning about the city’s food culture from a local guide. Experience authentic Amsterdam tastes at a family-run restaurant, beer cafe, and local market, and receive personalized recommendations and undivided attention from your private tour guide.

What to Expect

Begin your food odyssey at Museumplein in the city centre, at a start time that suits your schedule. Meet your guide and stroll to the local Albert Cuyp market to visit and sample from one of the best fish vendors in town. Take time to browse the busy market before pausing for a stroopwafel, a typical Dutch sweet made with caramel and wafer.

Next, pop into a cafe in De Pijp for a speciality drink, and then on to a local family-run restaurant for more authentic cuisine. Learn about the international influences on Dutch food from your guide and immerse yourself in the city’s food culture as you sit surrounded by locals.

Finish your tour with a short stroll to a beer cafe and get a true taste of tradition with a cheese platter.

Once you’ve had your fill of food and recommendations, you bid your guide farewell in central Amsterdam.

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Reviews (76)

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Reviewed 4 days ago

Marten was superb and full of so much history the food was so wonderful he takes care to ensure you stop at the best quality places in town we tried some of the same dishes in other places and we could tell a difference this...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Not the greatest

The listing is a bit misleading in that most food tours I have taken throughout the world have a number of people in the group tour. It was not clearly noted that this was a private tour....only with the tour guide and with my wife...More

Thank Stay765263
Reviewed 1 week ago
The tastiest food with the friendliest host (Laura Maria)!

Laura was an absolute joy to spend the three hours with. She was so upbeat and passionate about food. She is a very worldly traveler and knowledgeable about all the influences in Dutch cuisine. She also gave a ton of recommendations on where to find...More

1  Thank Austin D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great day in Amsterdam

We had great fun with Louke touring and tasting interesting foods in local restaurants and the market. She gave lots of background information about the area and was especially accommodating with our youngest family members, aged 2 and 4 who were part of the experience!

Thank Roam394388
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Not to be Missed!

We just completed an Amsterdam food tour with Olav. It was a wonderful experience from start to finish! Olav met our group of 6 promptly at the pre-arranged time and place and proceeded to guide us through the food and history of the market area....More

Thank GandLCanada
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