Guilt-free eats aren’t always easy to come by in the spur of the moment, so adding a casual street food venue like FRNZY to your restaurant roster is entirely worthwhile. Particularly if you’re one of those busy boys or girls always zipping around Amsterdam who forgets about food until there’s a rumble in the tummy.
If you’re gonna do just one thing, get it right or risk failure. Fortunately for Mook – an American-style pancake restaurant in the west of Amsterdam – they have nothing to worry about there.
The second of Amsterdam’s much talked about ramen joint opened its doors in de Pijp and we’re glad to report that they haven’t messed with a winning recipe. So while the formula might be familiar, there’s still a few new ingredients in the mix…
We’re going to keep this simple and sweet, for these are the adjectives that also best describe the subject of this post, Amsterdam’s premier cookie maker, Van Stapele.
Here at Kompas, we’re firm believers that you should never eat something at a restaurant that you could easily make at home yourself. In short we’re talking to you, pasta and chicken. But after a recent trip to Franggo, a Portugese chicken shop in de Pijp, we’ve decided to scratch the latter from our banned substances list.
‘Why can’t we have nice things?’
That’s the question we were asking as we’d finished browsing the second floor in Amsterdam’s newest and most desirable furniture store, Time & Style…
As La Boutique del Caffé Torrefazione opens its second location on Van Woustraat, we take a look back at its other home in de Pijp.