The food here was delicious. I had a lot of eggs & lobster and I was OK with that! Once we landed we checked in and headed out to a late lunch. We went to the Libertine which was a 5 minute walk from our Hotel and we both enjoyed soft boiled eggs with tomatoes, cheese in a skillet and a piece of garlic bread. That night we had reservations at Soho House Amsterdam since it was a block away from my Hotel and I went Friday night for dinner and drinks. We sat at the restaurant and both were craving burgers! That was shocking for Veronica since she isn’t really a meat eater but after a day of travel it was much needed.
Saturday morning we slept in after a day of travel and walked about 25 minutes to Dignita for brunch. The restaurant was packed and it was a farm to table restaurant. I had zucchini and veggie patties with an egg and some yoghurt sauce. The breakfast was very filling and something I have never had before. For dinner we went to Mama Kelly, which was an all pink restaurant perfect for millennial. The restaurant prides itself on organic chicken and fresh lobster. There was a DJ playing and the restaurant was packed, with mostly girls enjoying girls’ nights and a few groups. We both ordered lobster and worked for our dinner! After dinner it was an instagram dream and we posed for a few photos. We both enjoyed a nightcap at our hotel and sat at the bar.
Sunday was our last full day and we walked to the Corner Bakery and enjoyed eggs and Veronica ordered her favorite, a croissant with jam and butter. The restaurant was also a cute spot and you could tell it was a local favorite. After lunch we explored and worked up an appetite for Stroopwafle, which is famous in Amsterdam. I had mine with chocolate and since it was fresh and warm it was delicious. For dinner we went to 5&33, which was on the other side of town in Amsterdam Central, still only 15 minutes walking from where I was staying. We started with charred Cauliflower to start and then both ordered lobster spaghetti with a side of spinach and it hit the spot.