Part historic architecture, part neon, part beer and plenty of tourists – welcome to Leidseplein. A one-stop shop for party-goers, this...
This fun art-house stalwart, located in a 1913 canal house is the city's second-oldest surviving cinema. For film buffs who know their...
Wok to Walk
Many fast-food joints in these parts assume you're too drunk or stoned to care what you're eating. Wok to Walk, however, serves fresh...
Leidsestraat 94 · interesting places nearby
Insert a few coins in the machine and live the legend at this fast-food icon. The bami (Indonesian noodle) rolls are scorching hot, the frikadel (fried meat dumplings) frightening and the kaassoufflé (fried cheese puffs) utterly unsoufflélike. But plucking a treat from the automat windows is a drunken Dutch tradition.