Here you eat traditional Dutch vegetable mash in Amsterdam!
It’s almost winter and that means that it’s time for… yes, vegetable mash! It’s cold outside, the days getting shorter and darker and after a busy day at work there is only one thing you feel like: a tough warm wintery meal! Particularly known with potatoes, but give it a try with sweet potato or parsnip. Tasty! Don’t feel like cooking? We selected 9 x spots where you can eat the traditional Dutch vegetable mash. Read more to discover the spots to eat Dutch vegetable mash in Amsterdam! Those spots are usually not that trendy, but the food is great :-). Enjoy!
9 x the best spots for traditional Dutch vegetable mash
Hap Hmm: Authentic Dutch food is what you get at Hap-hmm in West. They prepare everything with fresh and seasonal products. That means that, in the colder months of the year, you can get here a traditional Dutch vegetable mash for sure! Finish your Dutch meal with a warm custard as dessert!
Moeders: The concept at Moeders is simple. You choose a main course from mother Anne, Betty or Corrie with a price between 15 to 19 euro. For 15 euro you get a vegetable mash of the season and for 19 euro you get a vegetable mash with everything included! This cosy restaurant on the Rozengracht has another mega bonus: you can order french toast for dessert, my favourite!
Haesje Claes: Are you done after a day of shopping and feel like a Dutch meal for some renewed energy? Go to Haesje Claes in the centre of Amsterdam! Minced meat, sausage and bacon with sauerkraut, hutspot or vegetable mash.
Stamppotje: Not really in the mood to go outside? Order your vegetable mash at Stamppotje via foodora (depending on your zip code) so you can stay inside and eat your comfort food on the couch. There’s a reason we don’t want to go outside right? The vegetable mash with parsnip and rocket is super good!
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La Falote: La Falote is the place where you can enjoy a vegetable mash for a good price! This spot in Old South has been there for years and that is quiet visible. The kitchen and the interior are typical traditional Dutch! There is a daily menu for 9,95 euro and this time a year the menu mainly contain vegetable mashes. So visit the website before you go to find out when its your vegetable mash day!
Frank Vork: Tried all the vegetable mashes at Stampotje? Than try the dishes from Frank Vonk. The kale mash with homemade jus is made from grandma’s recipe, that sounds good right? Perfect for the cold days we’re in. You can order at Frank Fonk via foodora (depending on your zip code). Enjoy!
DIS Dinner Shop: The solution for whenever you fancy a vegetable mash, but you don’t feel like cooking or going out for dinner. At DIS Dinner Shop they serve Grandmother’s Vegetable Mash with endive, bacon and laurel jus and a homemade rolled meatball or a classic half of smoked sausage.
De Blauwe Hollander: In the traditional Dutch kitchen of De Blauwe Hollander they have large portions of classic mash. Think of endive mash with bacon and a meatball, mash with a sukade steak, sauerkraut with sausage or bacon and kale with sausage. And everything is served with tasty, homemade gravy ;-)
Tomaz: Tomaz is run by a small Dutch family that is proud of their own recipes. They have given the recipes of their father and grandmother a modern twist. You go here for a delicious mash with bacon and veal sausage.
THINGS TO DO:
⋙ Canal Cruise by day or in the evening
⋙ A bike tour through Amsterdam OR Rent a bike by yourself
⋙ The best view over Amsterdam from the A’DAM Lookout
⋙ Visit Artis Royal Zoo
⋙ Rijksmuseum with the Dutch masters
⋙ Van Gogh Museum, a staple in Amsterdam
⋙ Stedelijk Museum for modern art lovers
⋙ MOCO Museum for street art
⋙ Photography museum FOAM
⋙ Amsterdam Light Festival (during winter months)
⋙ Cruise like a local with your own boat (great with good weather!)
ONE OF A KIND:
⋙ Discover the Instagrammable experience WONDR
⋙ Red Light District tour
⋙ Get out of town and into the Dutch country side of Giethoorn
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Our favourite hotels:
AFFORDABLE // €
☾ Generator Hostel: the best poshtel of the city located in a park.
☾ The Student Hotel: budget proof in trendy East.
☾ Het Volkshotel: affordable and with a cool rooftop bar.
☾ CitizenM: all you need is that XL bed (location near Amstel is great).
☾ Motel One: budget design hotel with locations at
VERY VERY NICE // €€
☾ Hotel V: with two locations and a great restaurant, in the city center and East.
☾ Sir Adam: with the coolest view over Amsterdam.
☾ Sweets: a unique stay in former bridge houses.
☾ Park Plaza Vondelpark: located next to Vondelpark and beautifully renovated.
☾ Hotel Dwars: small scale around the corner of the trendy Utrechtsestraat.
☾ Pillows Anna van den Vondel: great hotel close to Vondelpark.
☾ Hotel Mercier: new hotel in the cosy and historic Jordaan district.
☾ INK Hotel: lifestyle hotel in the heart of the city.
☾ The Hoxton: favourite lifestyle hotel right on the canals.
☾ Morgan & Mees: boutique hotel in Amsterdam West.
☾ Conscious Hotel Westerpark: in a beautiful building at the industrial Westergas area.
☾ QO Amsterdam: eco design hotel with a great skybar.
TOP LUXURY // €€€
☾ Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam: if you have something to celebrate this is the one.
☾ Pulitzer Amsterdam: on the canals at the border of the Nine Streets and the Jordaan.
☾ L’Europe: this hotel has the best spa with a view in Amsterdam.
☾ Conservatorium Hotel: located in one of the most beautiful buildings in town.
☾ W Amsterdam: with great restaurants and a rooftop bar with swimming pool.
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I really hope you enjoy your time in Amsterdam! On my Instagram account @yourlbb you can find more recommendations and new hotspots in town.
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Anne de Buck