Foodhallen, Amsterdam

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  • August 11, 2017
    The idea in this Hall to build a food court is great. The ambience is really chic, not too fine, but just modern sociable. In the Hall there is plenty of seating at high tables and normal Bistro about 20 different stands, to in the middle. Noise clearly is ok, it louder - in such halls with many people but absolutely acceptable. Therefore really sociable mood. Stands: you can choose from Dim sum to pita bread, citizens to pulled pork, from Pizza to Hot Dog - everything from small standup company modern interpreted by. Why mixed? The prices that are being demanded here are simply not justified - for a little Bao with chicken and salad (equivalent to 3 bites and it's gone) on the EUR 6,00... and so the prices begin to. Means you can eat well here, has lots of choice but it is then also a lot of money go. Important, almost all without cash – so have credit card or debit card handy. Where the system is top! We were ok on a Tuesday evening 18:30 h there -, peak time. Therefore finding correspondingly difficult. However, we have found faster a place (20 minutes search) that my friend received his ordered food. 35 minutes for a Pitatasche with meat is just... well, that was a stand - I had spare ribs (excellent super top hot meat) and me were afloat. Conclusion: it is a really nice place with lots of opportunities - you should but here definitely schedule yourself time or get a few beer or Gin tonics to find its place between people hustle and bustle and slow work :) Stroller / wheelchair accessible: Yes - the complete Hall. Still better then at lunchtime or mid-afternoon, not from 18 h.
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  • August 1, 2017
    Super idea out of the Hall to make a food market. A wide variety of food and drinks are offered. There was such great things I never could decide. For this reason, I will definitely again looking the food halls!
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  • July 31, 2017
    Great atmosphere, tons of food options and a nice cinema :) Can be very crowded in the weekends though!  more »
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  • June 18, 2017
    Recommended by time out, my tourist friend and I went to explore this location. Lots of different and artisan foods available made it fun to walk up and down a few times before deciding what to try. The beers were served ice cold which was a prerequisite in this heat. The only downside is that a lot of places expected cash payment so we either had to walk back a bit to get cash out, or order at the next best stand that would accept cards - we took the second option. I'm guessing some business is lost here? Nevertheless, the drinks and food were good, no regrets there.
  • July 2, 2017
    We hail from Helsinki~ so in general, food is cheaper in Amsterdam than back home. So this place, for the portions, I think, is well priced. There is SO much to choose from, anything you could have a hankering for (and perhaps something new to try!) is here. The cooks and staff are great, the food is DELICIOUS, the atmosphere is super relaxed and the hall is spacious and open. We ended up here multiple times, and we'll be back on our next visit as well. Highly recommended, either for a snack, a sweet tooth fix, a drink or a meal. Love love love ❤
  • May 3, 2017
    Give 3 for meets expectations, 4 for exceeds and 5 for exceptional. Best Sui Mai I've eaten in a long time. All other food good to great. Food & drinks could be more competitively priced as a captive audience, but it isn't ridiculous. People might buy more if a bit cheaper, they could shave a euro off here and there! In market outside one of the stalls has olives, stuffed peppers and lots of nice stuff. Well worth the visit and will return.
  • June 28, 2017
    Very cool place to eat and drink. They have a variety of bars depending on what you like and food for everyone. We had the vegetarian nachos, Spanish ham board and waffle ice-cream; all of which were delicious. Some places only take cash and some only card but there is an ATM onsite so you can get money out if you need.
  • June 25, 2017
    Absolutely great selection of different foods with communal seating. So a group can get different food for everyone. Nice selection of drinks too. Pizza was good. Bitterballen specialist was great. Nice smoothies. Lovely atmosphere overall.

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