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21 X caterers & delicatessens in Amsterdam you want to cycle for

19 January 2021

Have you also turned it into a thing making the best snack plates for at home? Sometimes I buy the products at my favorite market stalls at one of the weekly markets, but often I also go to a few  delicatessens in Amsterdam. In fact, if I really feel like something specific then it’s more than worth the bike ride. Whether it’s  baguette, that one cheese, that particular  chorizo or the best  pancetta for the pasta for which I go to these addresses, chances are that during a visit to these delicatessen shops in Amsterdam I will always bring something new to taste at home. Missing your favorite? Let us know via the Tip the Editors button at the bottom of this article. And have fun with these tasty tips!

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21 X Best Caterers & delicatessen shops in amsterdam

Kef: It’s not a secret that this is one of our regular addresses to get cheese in Amsterdam. Kef’s pear is one of my favorites.
Van der Pekplein 1, Marnixstraat 192 & Czaar Peterstraat 137, Amsterdam –
 abrahamkef.nl

Epicerie Jean & Marie: For delicious French products to snack at home, but also sandwiches to go. You can pre-order via the website, but you picking it up in the store is maybe even more fun. Read the blog about the new epicery of Auberge Jean & Marie in De Pijp.
Albert Cuypstraat 62, Amsterdam –
 epicerie.nl

Thulls: As a resident of East, I would have liked Thulls to be a few kilometres more in my direction. What a delicious deli in Amsterdam though! From fresh meals to snacks, fine wines and pickled delicacies.
C. van Eesterenlaan 21, Amsterdam –
 thulls.nl

Greek traiterie Ela: Oh-my, this is really one of my special tips. I love Greece so much and maybe even more because of the food. So remember for the tastiest delicacies that make you long for the azure sea on a Greek island.
Jan van Galenstraat 68, Amsterdam –
 elatraiterie.nl

Sabs Deli: Always nice to taste the enthusiasm of young female entrepreneurs. At Sab’s Deli you are at the right place for home made dishes with the best organic ingredients. From the complete catering of your home dinner to delicious snacks and preserves. If you’re in the area, be sure to walk in!
Scheldeplein 20, Amsterdam –
 sabsdeli.nl

 

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Sab’s, Amsterdam © Facebook

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Deli-caat: At this delicious eatery in Amsterdam-West there is a good chance that you spontaneously decide not to cook in the evening. You’ll find everything for drinks, as well as fresh meals.
Admiralengracht 22, Amsterdam –  deli-caat.nl

JWO Delicacies: This specialty delicacy is a common name in the Jordan Area. You’ll find everything here for a wonderful evening at home. Cheese, wine, olives, tasty salads to make an older toast, charcuterie and more.
Second Marigold Cross Street 1, Amsterdam –  jwo-lekkernijen.nl

Borrl Kitchen Deli: The Team at Borrl Kitchen now also has Borrl Kitchen Deli where you can get restaurant quality snacks, bread and other delicacies. Also nice: they also have a good Borrl Box!
Plantage Kerklaan 41, Amsterdam –  borrl.kitchen

Salonard: This shop in De Pijp is a bit out of sight of the busy Gerard Douplein, but trust me that you have to go there anyway. They sell divine sandwiches (to go)! But you can also bring anything home.
First van der Helststraat 21, Amsterdam –  lesalonard.com

 

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Salonard, Amsterdam © Facebook

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Golden Tent: Who loves mezze wants to know the Golden Tent. They don’t have a website and are a bit clogged, but the hummus is arguably the best in town. Nice address if you want to put a drink with mezze on the table.
Marie Heinekenplein 13, Amsterdam –  goudentent.nl

Gallizia: From Italian cheeses, salami’s and various sausages to salsicie and Italian sweet treats. The deli is highly recommended!
67 JavaStraat, Amsterdam –  gallizia.nl

Strong Sample: Different types of cheeses, charcuterie and lots of other tasty things for drinks. But also fresh meals for those who don’t feel like cooking.
12 Staalstraat, Amsterdam –  sterkstaaltje.com

Renzo’s: This remains one of the best Italian caterers in the city. The pastas are divine, but you’ll also find lots of other Italian delicacies and everything you need for the drink. Order the macaroons mouse for dessert, which is so good! And I don’t think I’m the only one who likes it that much.
Van Baerlestraat 67, Amsterdam –  renzos.nl

 

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Renzo’s, Amsterdam © Facebook

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L’amuse: Together with Kef this is my favorite cheese shop in Amsterdam. Even if you are not around, you will certainly know the cheese because it is regularly on Amsterdam menus.
111 Olympiaplein, Amsterdam –
 lamuse.nl

Nuts & Delights: Anyone who likes freshly roasted nuts should really go to Nuts & Delights. Besides nuts, they also have tasty cheeses and other delicacies.
Main Village Square 23, Amsterdam –
 nuts-delights.nl

Landmarkt: In the North, Landmarkt has a very good delicatessen department. Just as special products, in-house butchers and fishmonger.
Schellingwouderdijk 339, Amsterdam –
 landmarkt.nl

Alberto Pozzetto: At Alberto’s doorstep there are always some people to eat or drink something. This is the address for delicious Italian delicacies. Preserves, vegetables, cheese and meats, all Italian.
57, Amsterdam –
 albertopozzetto.it

 

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Alberto Pozzetto, Amsterdam © Facebook

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Erik’s Delicatessen: One of the delicacies where I come the most, because it’s so covenient and nearby. Here you will find everything for a delicious snack board. From wine to cheese anything is possible!
Beech Square 16, Amsterdam –
 eriksdelicatessen.nl

Le Fournil: If you’ve never tasted it before, and you’re reading this, you should go to a Le Fournil the next day to buy a baguette with sesame. You’ll have tears in your eyes of how good it is. Be there early, because these baguettes sell out almost every day.
119 Olympiaplein, Amsterdam –
 lefournil.nl

Feduzzi: Will you be having a drink at home soon? Then you want to remember this Italian caterer! They include drink boards that are super varied, but also ready-made home-cooked Italian meals.
Scheldestraat 63, Amsterdam –
 feduzzi.nl

Sophie Eats: Some people don’t think the Rivieren District is a very exciting neighborhood, but I have to say that I am quite jealous of all the specialty shops that can be found there. Like the deli Sophie Eats, where you’ve come to the right place for lots of goodies from breakfast to drinks and dinner. The mini quiches and saucijzen buns are perfect for drinks.
88 Maasstraat, Amsterdam –
 sophieeats.nl

 

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