Over 15 different tastings at 7 stops including 4 drinks
Late morning or early afternoon. Check our calendar for the exact times.
'Jordaan' district in the Amsterdam city centre
You will clearly recognize your guide at the starting point of the tour, by the folder with the Amsterdam Food Tours logo.
If you are late we will try to telephone you to help you find your way and, of course, you can always phone us.
The tour is over flat surfaces and the route is approximately 2 kilometers. In between the tastings we’ll walk a maximum of 20 minutes, often much shorter.
During 3 tastings we’ll be at a restaurant or café with toilets. The other tastings are almost always indoors and there is usually seating available, if required.
Be sure to come with an appetite, because we’re going to spoil you with loads of delicious food, right from the start of the tour. And you most probably will want to skip the next meal after the tour as well!
The tour ends only a 5-minute-walk away from the starting point at a cozy and typical Jordaan café in a centuries-old canal house. Why not stick around after the food tour?
Possibly the best-loved area amongst Amsterdammers. Loved for its picturesque centuries-old houses and streets and the authentic Amsterdam atmosphere
2 sweet and 5 savoury tastings with in total over 16 items , constituting a huge meal. Do not eat before the tour and do not make evening reservations.
At 3 locations we serve a (non-alcoholic) drink including a craft beer. The cheese comes with a glass of wine.
On the tour you will have tastings at some great local shops where you can also buy fantastic products to bring home as a souvenir
The Jordaan is loved for its many restaurants from all across the globe. We will point out the best ones to you and of course we will visit one of them for a tasting.
The 'bruine kroeg'
What the pub is to the Irish, the bruine kroeg , 'brown pub' , is to the Dutch. We will take you to one of the oldest, most beautiful and most famous ones in Amsterdam.
‘Amsterdam, that large city built on stilts…’ a quote from the 17th century already. Learn all about the amazing construction of Amsterdam and why the houses are slanting.
Canals and warehouses
Go back in time 400 years and walk along the beautiful canals of Amsterdam like the Brouwersgracht with its impressive warehouses from the Golden age.
The start of the tour is in the center, only a 15-minute walk from Central Station or the Palace at Dam Square and a stone’s throw away from the Anne Frank House. There are also various tram, bus and taxi stops close by. The tour ends at a 5-minute walk from the starting point. The Museumplein, including the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum are approximately 30 minutes away by public transport. The river and sea cruise ship terminals can be reached within half an hour.Get Directions
Absolutely, our tours are suitable for all ages and we welcome children too.
The tour is suitable for most allergies and dietary restrictions but unfortunately not for vegans and those with a lactose intolerance. You can state your dietary restrictions during the booking process and if in doubt, please contact us.
The tours will always take place, no matter what the weather, except when the Dutch meteorological Institute has given out a warning for severe and dangerous weather (code orange or red). In this case we will of course offer you a full refund. Almost all tastings are indoors.
You can cancel the tour up to 14 days in advance and receive a full refund. Between 14 and 2 days before the tour date we reimburse 50%.
Absolutely not! This tour combines architectural commentary, historical facts, local culture and culinary insight into a unique experience. Imagine walking through the city eating our local artisans most delicious foods while learning the neighborhoods from real locals.
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Jim, United States, New York
"We walked, talked, asked questions, ate and drank. I feel like I got to see a side of the history and culinary heritage of Amsterdam that was different and beyond your average food tour. Wear your walking shoes, come hungry, ask questions, have fun"