The southern end of the street used to terminate at the Utrechtse Poort, a gate to the nearby city of Utrecht, hence the name. This...
The unique pinewood Amstelkerk was erected in 1668 as a noodkerk (makeshift church) under the direction of the city architect, Daniël...
Built around 1685 for Amsterdam mayor Jacob Hop and redesigned in 1739, this sumptuous residence, now managed by the Amsterdam Museum,...
Inside there's a mellow brasserie on one side and a stylish bar on the other, but on a sunny afternoon there's nothing better than...
Consistently ranked among Amsterdam's finest Indonesian restaurants, Tempo Doeloe's setting and service are elegant without being...
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Tujuh Maret information
Tujuh Maret is just as good as its sibling Tempo Doeloe next door, but has a more casual atmosphere. Grab a wicker chair and tuck into Sulawesi-style dishes like dried, fried beef or chicken in red-pepper sauce. The rijsttafel (Indonesian banquet) is laid out according to spice intensity; makanan kecil is a mini-rijsttafel .