Whether you are an Amsterdam local or are visiting the city for the first time, if you love food and drinks there is a perfect tour for you! Here are some of our fantastic favorites.
AMSTERDAM FOOD TOURS • DISCOVER THE CITY THROUGH FOOD & DRINKS
Eating Amsterdam Food Tour
Would you like to taste Dutch foods, learn about the history of Amsterdam and the Netherlands and stroll through the picturesque neighborhoods? Then the Eating Amsterdam Tour is for you!
On the Jordaan tour you will sample 12 Dutch foods (plus some drinks!), meet local shopkeepers and maybe even go for a ride through the canals on a beautiful salon boat. There are also evening tours of de Pijp area. Believe me, you won’t go home hungry after either of these tours.
Tours are scheduled five days a week Tuesday through Sunday. The groups are a maximum of 12 people so reserve your spot today by registering on their website.
Hungry Birds Food Tours
One of the newer food tours on the block is Hungry Birds Food Tours founded by Zosia and Esther-Hanna, two sweet friends who love discovering Amsterdam’s tasty street foods.
Their three hour food adventures allow you to sample not only traditional Dutch specialties like fresh stroopwafels and haring, but also delicious ethnic foods brought by immigrants to the Netherlands from far off lands.
Prices include all food and drinks. Visit their lovely website to learn more about their scheduled tours or contact them to arrange a custom adventure.
Amsterdam Delicious Food Tours & Events
Want to sample the best ice cream in town, eat fresh crêpes and homemade ravioli, or taste some local beer? If you are a true foodie you will love Amsterdam Delicious Food Tours. Founded by the beautiful and bubbly Rianne, these walking, boating or cycling adventures will take you to discover delicious treats in locations that many locals do not even know about.
Rianne does custom tours for groups both large and small. Contact Amsterdam Delicious Food Tours for more information about availability.
Old Amsterdam Food Tour
Organized by Farming the City, these two hour walking (and sometimes longer cycling) tours take you on a journey through history in the heart of the city. Learn about how Amsterdam residents got their food in the old days and see how the urban landscape and food systems have changed over the years.
You’ll not only hear tales from the past, but also experience tastings of food and drink along the way. Check out the website for the latest tour dates, or contact email@example.com to organize a custom tour.
Amsterdam Craft Beer Tours
Are you a fan of beer? Had enough Heineken and ready for something new? Taste local Amsterdam microbrews, have a tour of the breweries and meet the friendly brewers on a fun bicycle or walking tour with Amsterdam Craft Beer Tours. You’ll also get to try some delicious Dutch snacks that pair well with beer. Perhaps you’d prefer to relax on a boat with your friends or colleagues while sampling a variety of local craft beers and bites. You can do that too!
Amsterdam Craft Beer Tours organizes custom craft beer adventures for groups of all sizes. Check out the website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
City Food Route
How about a DIY tour? City Food Route is a genius concept brought to you by Tine and Floske, two friends who love eating, cooking and food shopping! Download their food tours through Amsterdam’s neighborhoods and discover the best local shops, delis and cafes.
Their well-designed guides provide grocery shopping tips for each neighborhood, complete with menus and recipes. Learn the best local spots to pick up raw ingredients as well as prepared foods. They also kindly include places to stop for a coffee, lunch or borrel along the way!
Visit the City Food Route website to discover the hidden flavors of the city.
Finally, you can make your own Dutch food route in Amsterdam by following our guide! Have you taken a food tour in Amsterdam? Let us know about your experiences!
Interested in learning more about food in the Netherlands? Check out our articles 10 Dutch Foods You Should Try at Least Once, More Dutch Foods to Try and A Guide to Dutch Indonesian Cuisine.
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