Things to do in Amsterdam
Also known as “Chinese Kitchen,” this little place in the Red Light District is an interesting spot for a spicy meal.
The decor is that of a converted Italian restaurant, with a shrine by the front window including a picture of the Dalai Lama, and statues of Ho-Tei and Buddha for that authentic Asian feel. The insence wafting from the altar went quite well with the aromas of sizzling spices and food while we settled ourselves at the table inside the front window.
Take some time and look over the menu carefully, there’s a lot to choose from. The menu… Continue reading
Golden Temple Vegetarisch Restaurant is Amsterdam’s oldest vegetarian restaurant. Serving a wide range of international dishes including Mexican and Indian favorites. This is a non-smoking restaurant, something very rare in Amsterdam.
Formerly the Netherlands Film Academie, it was squatted on 14th november 1999 and ultimately legalized as a public space with 2 large performance/rehearsal spaces, cinema, cafe and gallery space with busy programmes of [sub]cultural activities and events.
de peper is a non-commercial, not-for-profit vegan and organic café project located in the building on the Overtoom.
Part of Vereniging Eerste Hulp Bij Kunst (EHBK), De Peper also serves as a meeting place for people working in, or visiting, the building. De Peper crew are always happy to provide information about the events that are going on.
Run by the Queen of The Zeedijk, Dusty (or is it Willem?) and his/her partner Johan. Now you get the picture.
Boisterous gay-friendly bar overlooking the canal with regular theme nights, DJs & drag acts.
The ultra-hip Winston’s on the Warmoesstraat is now even cooler.
With music nightly to feed your soul, this is one of Amsterdam’s favorite places that is blessed with amazing style!
Music or fun every night of the week!
Funky rooms & hostel dorms in budget property.