Built between 1998 and 2000 by Dutch architect Frits van Dongen, this energy-efficient, zinc-clad apartment block has two raised corners...
Preserving Dutch journalism history, the press museum is much more interesting to non-Dutch speakers than it may sound. It's housed in...
Kanis & Meiland
A favourite among the 'islanders', this cavernous spot has an inviting wooden reading table, tall windows facing the 'mainland' and a...
A passionate and personable owner-chef, an ever-changing menu and an idyllic view of boats bobbing on the water make this small,...
KNSM-laan 311 · interesting places nearby
Set in the century-old Royal Dutch Steamboat Company (KNSM in Dutch) arrivals hall, this airy cafe has a breezy menu of dishes like lemon sole with artichokes and lavender butter, and roast poussin (young chicken) with aioli and Turkish pilav (buttery rice cooked in seasoned broth). Equally captivating are the groovy green tiles and the water view from the balcony.
Regular 1950s swing, jazz, tango and salsa events take place on Friday nights.