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De Bazaar, Beverwijk
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  • Entrance is free, and everything one need to have eight is available at the bazaar. One can there not too expensive food and it's good to stay on the bazaar. Well to make a day out of it.
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  • We need something to do on the return trip to the East. So we arrived at the Bazaar. It's actually a from the clutches crops market. Everyone sells the same (in the same halls) and to quality you should not search. Kitch is the motto. The only thing that is nice is the special dining options. Of course, not the ordinary kabab stores, but the Indonesian or Indian food stalls, good. We have then in the Asian supermarket the ingredients purchased from the tasty dishes for home. In short, come (briefly) before eating. But then go away again, the market is only for "typically people" where you're not really wants to be associated with:)
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  • Much the same though parking fun if you're a rainy day would go out and just want to eat
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  • Market atmosphere. Fresh fruit, vegetables, olives, spices. Great food in extremely casual eateries, lots of food trucks, often live music. Bring big grocery bags. Tons of vendors, big and small. We mostly go for the fruit market. Worth the drive. You'll find things there that grocery stores never have.
  • A nice place to visit.... Its almost like a mini holiday. Stuff from so many different countries. So many different restaurants with different cuisines.... like going to Suriname, The Antilles, Turkey, Indonesia, Marocco and China at the same time.
  • Great place if you want to see something special. Foods from all around the world
  • The " Zwarte Markt" is both a historic place and a great Bazaar for all sorts of foodstuffs, clothes, shoes, carpets, self-care products, indoor decorations, nick-nacks, and all sorts of foreign what-nots. Although some would complaint it isn't what it used to be, I often visit for fresh olives, dates, fresh fruit, clothes and other food, for which it is an excellent place. Mind you; this is a cultural market and as such bargaining, customer luring and a pit of pushing isn't all that strange. Stay polite, respectful and direct. And always, check the quality of what you are buying! Haggling isn't all that uncommon here either, if you are daring, experienced and/or fair.
  • Great place to spend the weekend. Great bargains on various items like phones and clothing, reminds me if shopping mall MBK in Bangkok. Also a lot if restaurants around with specialities from all over the world. Perfect for hang around on a rainy day in the weekend.