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Guan Yin Shrine
Europe's first Chinese Imperial–style Buddhist temple (2000) is dedicated to Guan Yin, the Buddhist goddess of mercy. Make a donation,...
Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder
What looks like an ordinary canal house turns out to have an entire Catholic church stashed inside. Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder (Our Dear...
Amsterdam's oldest gay bar opened in 1927, then shut in 1982, when the Zeedijk grew too seedy. But its trinket-covered interior was...
It won't win any design awards, but year in, year out, Nam Kee is the most popular Chinese spot in town. The steamed oysters and black...
Zeedijk 77 · interesting places nearby
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Don't tell the Chinese neighbours, but this is some of the best Asian food on the Zeedijk – the cooks, wedged in a tiny kitchen, don't skimp on lemongrass, fish sauce or chilli. The resulting curries and basil-laden meat and seafood dishes will knock your socks off.
There's a bit more room to spread out in the (slightly pricier) restaurant across the street (No 72).