Popular restaurants in Amsterdam

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Brasserie Ambassade
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French | Grachtengordel
al Bàcaro
(23)
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Italian | Grachtengordel
Garlic Queen
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International | Grachtengordel
Memories Of India
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Indian | Grachtengordel
Zushi
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Sushi | Grachtengordel
Wurst & Schnitzelhaus
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German | De Pijp
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Treat your taste buds: Explore Indische Buurt restaurants

Indische Buurt Restaurants

La Viña ExperienceLa Viña Experience
2 reviews
££££
Mediterranean | Indische Buurt, Oost

Great food. Great service. Will certainly come back again! More

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VijfnulvijfVijfnulvijf
2 reviews
££££
Cafe Dining | Indische Buurt, Oost

In the centre of hectic East, we’ve started Vijfnulvijf; the new ‘Asian urban Streetfood’ hotspot in Amsterdam. With our minimalistic interior design and ‘living-room’ feel, you’re invited to have fun and relax, on the hectic intersection of Insulindeweg / Molukkenstraat. Being the sole collector of the highlights of street-food from all over South East Asia, you’ll always find something on our menu that you’ve never eaten before.More

Discover Indische Buurt

If you’re looking for diverse cultural flavors, this area in the borough of Oost in eastern Amsterdam is right up your alley. There are an estimated 100 languages spoken in the neighborhood, with many streets named after islands in the former Dutch East Indies. It’s no wonder the area has become a hotbed for more exotic cuisine. For brunch, try a local favorite which serves Aussie style fare throughout the day. If you’re looking for noodles or curry, there’s a popular Thai spot that’s never shy on hungry diners. For a pick-me-up, some of the city’s most beloved coffee shops and cafes are located in this enclave of vibrant international energy.

Discover Indische Buurt

If you’re looking for diverse cultural flavors, this area in the borough of Oost in eastern Amsterdam is right up your alley. There are an estimated 100 languages spoken in the neighborhood, with many streets named after islands in the former Dutch East Indies. It’s no wonder the area has become a hotbed for more exotic cuisine. For brunch, try a local favorite which serves Aussie style fare throughout the day. If you’re looking for noodles or curry, there’s a popular Thai spot that’s never shy on hungry diners. For a pick-me-up, some of the city’s most beloved coffee shops and cafes are located in this enclave of vibrant international energy.