This is one of Amsterdam's oldest streets. Initially a shipping district, it was a respectable place to be until the 17th century. Then...
The Damrak is the original mouth of the Amstel river – rak being a reach, or straight stretch of water. The river flowed from a lock in...
In de Olofspoort
The door of this brown café –tasting room was once the city gate. A crew of regulars has jenever bottles stocked just for them. Check...
Run by students for students (flashing your ID gets you 25% off), this friendly cafe-bar is an excellent place to get fat sandwiches on...
Warmoesstraat 8 · interesting places nearby
Kam Yin information
It's nothing much to look at, but this plastic and fluorescent operation dispenses excellent versions of Surinamese standards such as roti and tjauw min (thick noodles with assorted meats). Its broodje pom (a chicken-casserole sandwich) ranks as one of the city's best.