Amsterdam’s Top 10 Child-Friendly Restaurants and Cafes

Amsterdam’s Top 10 Child-Friendly Restaurants and Cafes, Amsterdam, Netherlands (B)

This post is written in collaboration with Deepa, author of lifestyle blog Curry Strumpet. She’s a fellow foodie, international Amsterdammer, and – most importantly for the purposes of this post – a great mum.

As a restaurant critic, I get asked the same questions over and over: Where to eat Indonesian food in Amsterdam? Where to dine with a large group? Where to eat on a budget? And most of those questions I can answer pretty readily. Except one: Where can I take my kids to eat in Amsterdam? I have no idea. Literally none. I’ve never wanted kids (I know – burn me at the stake). And, while I love my nephews, nieces and friends’ kids dearly, I tend to avoid children when it comes to going out to eat. However, kids are important for little things like – you know – populating the earth, paying taxes when I’m a pensioner, stuff like that. So I’m happy other people are busy procreating. And I definitely believe that eating out and having kids needn’t be mutually exclusive. I was practically brought up in restaurants, and look how I turned out? Err-hmm. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Amsterdam’s Top 10 Child-Friendly Restaurants and Cafes
Guide Location: Netherlands » Amsterdam
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Vicky Hampton
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Dignita
  • Podium Mozaiek
  • Drovers Dog
  • De Bakkerswinkel
  • D&A Hummus Bistro
  • Cafe-Restaurant Amsterdam
  • A-Fusion
  • Le 4 Stagioni
  • Pancakes!

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