Salon de Thé (The Smallest House in Amsterdam), Amsterdam

(95+ reviews on the web)
Coffee / Tea Tour
The Smallest House of Amsterdam is built in 1738 and is only 2.02 meter (6 ft., 7.5 in.) wide, 5 meters (16 ft. 4.0 in.) deep and approximately 8 meters (26 ft. 2.5 in.) high.

With its typical Amsterdam bell-gable, this building is a miniture version of the majestic canal side houses Amsterdam is so famous for.
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TripAdvisor
  • Good to see in its true form,rather than to just read up about it. The place was closed when we went there, so can't really say much about it. It is located on a realitvely busy street,and thus to tak...  more »
  • Stumbled into this tea room yesterday with a friend. It was very charming and small inside. We sat for tea with a couple upstairs and looked out the window to the street below. The tea was great, but ...  more »
  • My husband and I just had afternoon tea there today, and it was amazing! Lovely homemade goods, and delicious loose-leaf tea. We tried quite a few varieties, and left with our stomachs very full. Not ...  more »
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  • You can't really tell from the outside but it's actually the coolest tea shop ever. Downstairs you have a great selection of teas. The owner is the nicest, chillest guy ever, which is saying something in a country of nice people. There's a tiny tea room upstairs that you can have coffee/tea and homemade pastries. We got 3 amazing typical Danish pastries coffee and tea for 13 euros. He also gave us a mini lecture on the history of the small house with really old photos from centuries ago. I highly highly recommend that you stop by here for a cup of tea if you're in Amsterdam.