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Foodhallen, Amsterdam

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TripAdvisor
  • incredible culinary experience.... dont have breakfast before you go !!!!! worth the tram ride from the city centre. Amazing food from all over the world. A MUST if you are visiting Amsterdam  more »
  • The Foodhall was a lot smaller than expected, but we visited two or three times and never failed to get a seat! Lovely food, especially from Viet View! We were a little dissapointed we could only orde...  more »
  • Great place to gorge and be one with the locals. The food and drinks are great and reasonably priced, but get drinks from the main bar. The prices are better and quality is similar to the specialty wi...  more »
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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • There is a great selection of different types of food stall here, if you fancy pizza, Chinese food, delicious Iberico ham and much more this could be the place for you. I recommend going on a Tuesday as they have live music. Prices are very reasonable especially compared to those bland tourist places in the centre of town. My only gripe is that a lot of the stalls only take plastic money and with the exchange rate right now that hurt a bit. Will return and highly recommend.
  • You must go here if you're visiting Amsterdam. I got a Japanese appetizer, Frites, Tacos, and a great craft beer! You can't get that assortment of food anywhere else. We went twice during our stay. I'll also add that the tacos (Al pastor) held up to my native New Mexican and Texas palate.
  • Nice concept copied from Asian food courts. Although where in Asia they attract all kinds of people getting a quick and cheap bite, here in Amsterdam it attracts a young trendy crowd who are willing to overpay for food and stick around for an entire night, making it quite hard to find a seat on weekends. Nice atmosphere overall and food is good. Drinks are plenty and varied.