Isn’t it brilliantly refreshing how early the Dutch eat dinner? When they’re still laying out the cutlery in achingly hip Barcelona, they’re hanging the Closed sign on the restaurant doors of old Amsterdam.
— Julie Burchill, Author

The Dutch (traditionally) eat dinner early. Real early. But what do they eat in the evening? If mashed potatoes and meat stews is your answer, then pat yourself on the back. You've done your research. But there's more.

In Amsterdam, you can virtually find any kind of cuisine you can think of. Lebanese manoushe, dim sum of every shape, size, and filling, even Poke bowls! But what kind of dinner food do Amsterdammers enjoy on a more regular basis? Where do we hang out after dark? We know you're curious, so our Evening Experience is the answer to those burning questions.

Instead of perching yourself at a restaurant all night, why not spend 5 hours with us to enjoy a moveable feast? Let us take you out to town like old friends, to places where we eat and drink - places old and new - to give you a picture of our city that you can't really find in guidebooks. We start in the residential neighbourhood of Amsterdam West where we visit a local market, Surinamese eatery, well-respected Indonesian take away shop and De Hallen, and then merrily make our way towards the city center and the charming Jordaan

This is a 5 hours of an exciting stroll through our beautiful city filled with delicious foods and drinks that locals crave for in the late afternoon and early evening. We hit up several places to enjoy different dishes. And yes, there will be alcohol! So, be a pal and come hang out with us. We'll make you feel like a local straightaway!


When: Thursday to Saturday at 16:30 (Occasionally at different days and times)

Duration: About 5 hours

Where: Amsterdam West, city center and Jordaan

Meeting point:  Ten Katestraat 42. The exact meeting details will be sent upon booking.

Ending point: Jordaan area

Price: €95 per person

What’s included:

* All food and drinks served during the experience         
* Your mother bird taking (good) care of you
* Stories about our local food heroes and daily life