With its canals and its famous windmill that welcomes every traveler, the historical city of Leiden is beautiful and cozy, or as the Dutchies would say, gezellig.
At an average of 4 cups a day, the Dutch are some of the biggest coffee drinkers in the world. In 2017, a study showed that the Dutch do indeed drink so much per day on average.
The year that was brought many uncertainties, with many businesses forced to adapt to newer ways of operating. Needless to say, with the lockdown in place, restaurants and cafes have since relied on takeout or delivery
Croquettes, Frikandel, Cheeseburger. Golden brown color, crispy crust, a quick bite to eat.
Ringing in the holidays in the Netherlands and need to find the best fixings for your feast? This year’s best Christmas turkeys come to you straight from Anton and Lotte’s free-range farm.
During mid autumn North Americans celebrate a special holiday called Thanksgiving. Alongside Christmas, it’s one of the more important occasions on their calendar.
Many of you are crazy busy professionals, working hard and, recently, spending loads of time at home. If that describes you, we’ve put this super simple relatively healthy yet incredibly delicious honey mustard chicken.
Thirsty for a refreshing cocktail while you are downtown? You do not have to wait until 5 pm to visit a good cocktail bar in Amsterdam. Whether you want to sip a chic cosmopolitan while gazing at the dreamy canals or catch up with your best friends while enjoying a classic martini in a hidden…
If there is one food that the Netherlands and Amsterdam are famous for worldwide, it is their cheese. The Dutch have been making cheese since 800 B.C. and the Netherlands is one of the largest cheese exporters in the world. But this doesn’t sound very veganese, does it?
Tired of the chalky, tasteless supermarket loaves that would function better as a sponge than an edible good? We have some news.
You don’t have to travel all the way to India to grab an authentic, fiery-hot, deep-red serving of delicious curry that will warm your heart and soul in an instant.
When thinking about European food destinations the Netherlands may not come to mind as fast as its neighbours France and Italy. Don’t be mistaken however, when it comes to food the Dutch cuisine has a few secrets tucked away. Think crispy, fried and comforting snacks, hearty, warming mains and a bit of fish of course….
Amsterdam is a lively, multicultural city that boasts a vibrant selection of trendy restaurants. Finding a quality restaurant whose environment caters to customers in a wheelchair, however, is a challenge. Whether you’re going for a solo coffee, grabbing a bite to eat with friends, or sipping a cocktail on a hot date, here are five…
Venice is nothing short of magical. There’s no doubt about it. 118 islands, 400 bridges and 170 canals. However, the fact is that such unique beauty attracts swarms of tourists all bustling their way between St Mark’s Square and the Rialto, vying for that perfect canal selfie and best value glass-blown souvenir. It’s thirsty work….
Although Dutch cuisine hasn’t done as well globally as Italian or Chinese has, no trip to the Netherlands would be complete without sampling some deep-fried bitterballen or sugar-coated poffertjes. If you happen to be in the Netherlands during a holiday however, it’s worth sinking your teeth into some of the treats that are only prepared…