€106 (adult price)
Meet your fellow foodies at a 450 years old ‘bruin cafe’ and start your Dutch food, history and canal tour with the best Dutch apple pie in town. Bill Clinton loved it!
Then hop on board of our luxurious, vintage wooden boat for a canal ride through and around the old city centre of Amsterdam. Obviously with more food (3 types of farmhouse Gouda cheeses and bitterballen) and drinks such as local craft beers, wine or soft drinks on board.
Don’t worry about the weather, it has heating, in- and outside seatings and a convertible rooftop. But do expect some people on big tourist boats looking jealously to you:)
After the canal tour, walk with us trough the 17th century Jordaan to visit 4 shops and to treat yourself to Dutch food classics such as satay at an Indonesian-Surinamese toko, sausages and cold meats at a 128 years old butchery shop and herring and kibbeling at a fish shop from a family that opened their first shop in 1880.
But it is not over yet because you will end your tour with a plate of small puffy Dutch pancakes at a local pub in a 250 years old former canal house and a last drink with your new foodie friends.
MEET OUR TOUR GUIDES
He knows much about many things. A history buff, who knows and loves his food like no other and he's a private chef as well, just for the fun of it.
This man is synonymous with Amsterdam. He is an art historian and artist, who knows everything there is to know about cheese making and living the good life.
Chef to Michelin-starred restaurants, this guide with Indonesian roots is our culinary conscience with an enviable amount of talent.
You'll be hard pressed to find an Amsterdam restaurant that this socially committed chef hasn't cooked in.
Historian and storyteller par excellence. If he doesn't know, we are in trouble.