Not a park but a renowned stage for organ music, with four big organs in a lovely restored church on the edge of Vondelpark. More than...
The graffiti-covered squat OT301 , in the former Netherlands Film Academy, hosts an eclectic roster of bands and DJs, as well as the...
The name is Spanish, but the lanterns, crockery and mosaic-topped tables are straight out of a Marrakesh souk. Start with a gorgeous...
Lonely Planet review
Named after the ancient African city, this colourful restaurant, just north of Overtoom, was the Netherlands' first Ethiopian restaurant, and it's still as good as ever. You can drink Ethiopian beer from a half-gourd, and eat stews, egg and vegetable dishes using injera (slightly sour, spongy pancakes) instead of utensils, to a soundtrack of African music.