Amsterdam Food Tour
Find out why the locals love regularly snacking on hot, salty Belgian fries by trying some yourself. Enjoy a quick tour of one of our favourite local shopping streets, then have a taste of some traditional Dutch sausage. Next on the menu is puffed-up pancakes, an absolute must during any stay in Amsterdam. As your pancakes digest, we’ll take a stroll around the Spui neighbourhood in the centre of town where more treats await. We just love to fill you up on this tour, so please make sure you come hungry!
Your Amsterdam foodie adventure will end at a distillery that dates back to the 17th century, where you can hear tales of its history and sip spirits and other traditional drinks. Even though your tour is over, there’s still plenty to enjoy in Amsterdam. Why not relax in a nearby café, admire art in a gallery, explore a museum or hang out in a bar? Before you go, don’t forget to ask your expert local guide for tips on what else to see, do and most importantly, eat, during your time in the city.
- Local English-speaking guide
- Four or five afternoon snacks with one traditional drink
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Children between the ages of 6 and 11 inclusively are permitted on this tour at the rate listed above. Please select ‘child’ above when booking. Children below the age of 6 can join at no cost.
- Please make sure to be well equipped against rain and wind, and to be wearing proper foot gear for the cobbled streets
My husband and I enjoyed this tour. Tyler was knowledgeable and funny! Love to take another tour with him!
Tour conducted in the non-touristy part of town. Very leisurely pace - excellent food samples. Great fun and group small enough to really enjoy the tour. Thank you!
Wow! This is the first time my kids and I tried a food tour ... Im very glad we did !!! Tyler is a fabulous guide and now we are going to try more food tours in other cities we go to. We were so blessed that we were the only ones in the tour so we got to go faster - which meant more treats ...we had 7 !!! The best for us were the french fries . Yuuuuuum Tyler is also a good tourist guide so that was also an added treat getting to know more l things about Amsterdam.like why the houses in Amsterdam tilt forward and many very interesting fun facts . Thank you again Tyler !
Our guide Arthur was great. He shared local knowledge withi casual eating. The walking pace was comfortable and we didn’t feel rushed. The food was on the go fast food with a good variety. We were on the go for several hours. It was really enjoyable.
It was an interesting way of discovering local culture and we were only 4 so felt like a private tour. Tyler gave a nice walk between places we had samples of truly authentic local food and plenty of them and offered us tips about were to eat and shop. The tour finished at a central pub near the Dam square. It is a bit pricey but with the discount from Viator it was OK.
The food tour was great. Just six of us, so plenty of opportunities to ask questions and get to know our fellow travelers. Our guide knew lots of places with local fare and information about what we were snacking on. We learned that French Fries originated in Belgium - sorry France. They are twice fried to make them crispy on the outside without being overdone inside. Local custom is a take-away paper cone with fries and chili or other toppings. We now look for food tours in addition to cathedrals and famous art. Thanks Viator!!