our favourite cheese platters in amsterdam in one list
It’s time for cheese! How great is it to enjoy drinks with a cheese platter on a cold day in Amsterdam? Especially now the cozy winter months are coming, you’ll find us in the afternoon with a glass of red wine and a platter of Kef cheese at home in the weekends. But since outdoor with friends is even more fun, we have listed our favourite cheese platters in Amsterdam for you from North to West. Enjoy!
8 x try a delicious cheese platter in Amsterdam
Kef: Is your Friday evening only complete with wine and cheese? Then the new Kef Amsterdam, or Fromagerie Abraham kef, will be your new go to place to celebrate the weekend. Enjoy wine- and cheese tastings in the tasting room.
De Kanarie Club: In De Hallen you’ll find the Kanarie Club. At this all day spot you can work or socialise from breakfast till drinks. End your work day in the perfect way and order those drinks and cheese platter.
Stadscafe van Mechelen: At Van Mechelen in Amsterdam West they offer two sorts of cheese platters. Not only is there an amazing cheese platter for the wine lovers. For the beer drinkers under us there is a special cheese and beer platter. Perfect for a date or drinks with friends.
Boca’s: We already know Boca’s has great tapas. At both locations at the Jordaan and de Pijp you can order a delicious cheese platter. Bring all your friends and go for the large platter with cheese. For the wines a fine selection has been made by the men of Grapedistrict.
Razmataz: At Razmataz on the Hugo de Grootplein they know exactly what you want while drinking. They serve the most delicious G&T’s and their barbite menu is quite extensive. Yes, cheese platter included which makes it the perfect way to spend your Sunday.
Pllek: Sunshine or rain? Pllek in North is always a good hang out. During a lazy Sunday its’ great to go here for drinks and of course cheese! The cheese platter is finished with fresh fig compote and crackers. Yummy!
Stuyvesant Wijnlokaal: We just love to come at Stuyvestant Wijnlokaal to taste one (or three, four, five, ten) of the 110 different wines. But hey, where there’s wine there needs to be cheese as well. Voila!
De Vergulden Eenhoorn: The Vergulden Eenhoorn is an old farmhouse in Amsterdam East. This place has such a relaxed atmosphere. In the pick-nick garden or the old cow-shed you can enjoy drinks with your friends. Ideal if you want to avoid the hectic of city centre. The cheese platter with three sorts of cheeses, apple syrup and fig compote are to good!
What’s your favourite cheese platter in Amsterdam? Let us know!
Anne de Buck