Amsterdam Secret Food Tour ( Private Tour Option)

Discover eateries loved by locals

/10 (146 votes)

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

3 Hours

About this tour

Presenting to you a tour that should be undertaken as the first thing when you land in Amsterdam. Our guides will walk you in a city laden with influences from the 17th century and tell you how Dutch food, beer and history intersect. This will include why cod and herring dishes are our pride and joy, introduce you to French-influenced pastries, and how our maritime history influenced our winter stew. Local foodie guide will take you to hidden gem eateries loved by locals for new food experiences and teach you how to be “Dutch” in a culinary way.

Apart from food stops the itinerary has lined up fantastic pass-bys of Anne Frank House a writer’s house and biographical museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. The tower called the Westertoren (“Western tower”) is the highest church tower in Amsterdam and Homomonument A which commemorates all gay men and lesbians who have been subjected to persecution because of their homosexuality.

Tour Highlights

  • Experience Amsterdam like a local on this food-tasting tour
  • Receive personalized attention and tips from your small-group guide
  • Learn more about the city’s cultural and culinary heritage
  • Enjoy plenty of food and drink samples included in the price
  • Pass by Anne Frank House and 2 other attractions

Practical information

What’s Included

  • Beverages
  • Snacks
  • Food tasting
  • Bottled water
  • Coffee and/or Tea
  • Alcoholic BeveragesNot Included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Transportation to/from attractions

Additional information

Operated by Essor Ltd


/10 (146 votes)

We had an amazing Saturday morning tour with Judith! Not only was the food delicious but the people we met were just fantastic characters with their own stories to tell. It felt like being part of a small local community in a wonderful part of Amsterdam. Learning about the history of the city and its links to food was really great. And Judith of course is an amazing guide with many stories to tell. Such a great way to discover another side of Amsterdam and its food. Thanks so much!

Review by Bast