Popular restaurants in Amsterdam

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Brasserie Ambassade
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French | Grachtengordel
Memories Of India
(20)
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Indian | Grachtengordel
Zushi
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Sushi | Grachtengordel
Garlic Queen
(27)
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International | Grachtengordel
al Bàcaro
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Italian | Grachtengordel
Wurst & Schnitzelhaus
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German | De Pijp
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Treat your taste buds: Explore Jordaan restaurants.

Jordaan Restaurants

JottumJottum
12 reviews
££££
Tapas / Small Plates | Jordaan, Centrum

Great food location More

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Shah-jahanShah-jahan
14 reviews
££££
Indian | Jordaan, Centrum

From now on I am a fan of indian food! Thank you for an amazing dinner! I would recommend this place to everyone, especially vegetarians :) More

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Amigo Argentijns RestaurantAmigo Argentijns Restaurant
11 reviews
££££
Argentinian | Jordaan, Centrum

Great and everyone was so friendly. Important since we are visiting from the states. More

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La BrasaLa Brasa
4 reviews
££££
Argentinian | Jordaan, Centrum

Excellent food! The staff is also very kind and attentive. The herbed butter is simply amazing. More

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Discover Jordaan

Once a working class hub, this area in the Centrum district is now one of the most upscale, exclusive sections of town. Home to renowned art galleries, particularly modern art, as well as speciality shops and restaurants, make this neighborhood one of the most popular (and funky) destinations in the city. The local eateries are similarly electric, with highlights that include Moroccan fare, traditional Dutch dishes and modern French cuisine, to name a few. After checking out Rembrandt’s grave or the Anne Frank House, which is located on the edge of the neighborhood, be sure to check out the markets held regularly at Noordermarkt, the Westerstraat and Lindengracht.

Discover Jordaan

Once a working class hub, this area in the Centrum district is now one of the most upscale, exclusive sections of town. Home to renowned art galleries, particularly modern art, as well as speciality shops and restaurants, make this neighborhood one of the most popular (and funky) destinations in the city. The local eateries are similarly electric, with highlights that include Moroccan fare, traditional Dutch dishes and modern French cuisine, to name a few. After checking out Rembrandt’s grave or the Anne Frank House, which is located on the edge of the neighborhood, be sure to check out the markets held regularly at Noordermarkt, the Westerstraat and Lindengracht.