Secret Food Tour Amsterdam

AmsterdamSecret Food Tours

In Amsterdam, everywhere you walk, you will be immersed in influences of the 17th century. Amsterdam became one of the most prosperous cities in the region and a world-wide trading port. Let our passionate food tour guides weave a tale of how our food and history intersect; why cod and herring dishes are our pride and joy, introduce you to French influenced pastries, and how our maritime history influenced our winter stew.

By booking Secret Food Tours Amsterdam, we will take you to places the locals eat, introduce you to new food experiences, and teach you how to be "Dutch" while visiting our city. We will focus our time during our tour in the beautiful and still authentic Jordaan area. Here you can see the influences of early French immigration and the reason Rembrandt decided to spend his remaining years in this wonderful enclave.


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Amsterdam Culinary food tour

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Culinary food tour

Culinary secret food tour

Culinary

Food Tour Amsterdam

You and your friends will embark on an three-hour Dutch gastronomy tour in the Jordaan area. By booking Our Food Tour, you will have the opportunity to discover what the local Dutch food experience is. We will educate you about how the locals dine out and why it is so unique. As we progress through the tour, we will walk through streets that are a living part of our history and every building, street, and courtyard have a story to tell. The price includes six stops, all food and drinks, and a professional local guide with a deep knowledge of Amsterdam's history, food scene, geography, and economy. Once you have concluded your tour, you will be full in mind, body, and spirit of all things Amsterdam has to offer. Plus, all of our tours include a Secret Dish which you can only find out about on the day.

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Amsterdam Secret Food Tour

Amsterdam

Jordaan Food Tour

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Amsterdam Food Tour

The Jordan Area has a history that goes back hundreds of years, starting as a poor workers and emigrants area. As the Dutch, French emigrants and Spanish occupiers passed through and lived in the area, they brought with them the cooking traditions and recipes that Amsterdamers hold so dear today. This district offers a wide array of food options for every taste and a breathtaking backdrop to our culinary adventure. On our walk through the Jordan, we will momentarily escape the hustle-bustle of the city and enjoy a slice of the Jordan life deep in the heart of the city.

Amsterdam food tour