Popular restaurants in Amsterdam

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Garlic Queen
(15)
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International | Grachtengordel
Brasserie Ambassade
(160)
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French | Grachtengordel
al Bàcaro
(35)
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Italian | Grachtengordel
Memories Of India
(20)
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Indian | Grachtengordel
Zushi
(11)
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Sushi | Grachtengordel
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Nieuwmarkt Restaurants

Restaurant Ashoka - Amsterdam Centrum
Restaurant Ashoka - Amsterdam Centrum
(3)
££££
Indian | Nieuwmarkt, Centrum

Nice and friendly restaurant with authentic Indian cuisine. More

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Carstens Amsterdam
Carstens Amsterdam
(105)
££££
Dutch | Nieuwmarkt, Centrum

We would highly recommend this restraunt to anyone. It's the perfect place to take your special someone with a brilliant candlelit atmosphere and lovely oysters. Our favourite by far was the beef tartar as it was the perfect combination of flavours. The staff were brilliant. Good conversation but also weren't overbearing and gave me a wonderful birthday cocktail! More

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Bistro Bos
Bistro Bos
Reviews coming soon
Mediterranean | Nieuwmarkt, Centrum

Family Restaurant, third generation in this business, 4th year in Amsterdam, authentic family recipes, all homemade and daily fresh prepared.More

Discover Nieuwmarkt

Considered part of Amsterdam’s Chinatown, this square in the center of the city is near the Wastage neighborhood. Over 20 cafes and coffee shops face the square, and as the name suggests, there is a daily market—as well as an organic food market on Saturdays and a market for antiques and books on Sunday in the summer. So post up with your favorite book, or take a stroll and peruse the square. Either way, this is an area that’s meant to be lazily enjoyed—no need to rush on market days.

Discover Nieuwmarkt

Considered part of Amsterdam’s Chinatown, this square in the center of the city is near the Wastage neighborhood. Over 20 cafes and coffee shops face the square, and as the name suggests, there is a daily market—as well as an organic food market on Saturdays and a market for antiques and books on Sunday in the summer. So post up with your favorite book, or take a stroll and peruse the square. Either way, this is an area that’s meant to be lazily enjoyed—no need to rush on market days.

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