Amsterdam is a city built for relaxation, whether you’re into museums and canal cruises or bar crawls and neighbourhood strolls. Affordable flights and new Eurostar routes have made it even easier to visit. So pack your bag, prepare to unwind, and check out some of these top brunch spots while you’re there.
Little Collins – After a stroll around the Albert Cuyp Market or nearby Sarphatipark, you can refuel at Little Collins – a warm and welcoming neighbourhood gem. Expect Aussie-influenced dishes like chipotle and black bean waffles, harissa smashed avo on toast, and green eggs and ham. If you’re a little hungover, their kimchi Bloody Mary will fix you right up.
The Lobby at Hotel V – Escape the bustle of Dam Square and linger over coffee and croissants in the elegant surroundings of the Hotel V. Diners with a sweet tooth will love their wentelteefjes – Dutch-style French toast with cinnamon.
Bluespoon at the Andaz – If you’re looking for something really decadent, splash out on Bluespoon’s Sunday brunch buffet. For €39 a head (or €49 with a glass of Champagne), you can help yourself to pastries, charcuterie, fresh salads, plus an a la carte dish of your choice. Be sure to leave room for the dessert buffet!
Bakers & Roasters – This hot spot in De Pijp has New Zealand roots so expect great coffee, brunch cocktails, and hearty dishes like huevos rancheros and smoky aubergine and feta pancakes.Continue Reading