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Lors de cette visite privée de 2 heures à pied, vous pourrez explorer pleinement Amsterdam puisque votre guide vous conduira à plusieurs endroits uniquement connus par les habitants. Vous en apprendrez plus sur le passé et le présent de la ville, sur la culture culinaire néerlandaise, et découvrirez tous les sites d'Amsterdam. Vous ferez plusieurs arrêts pour déguster des spécialités hollandaises : des crêpes, du fromage, des croquettes, des gaufres néerlandaises et d'autres gourmandises.
We love food tours, and try to do at least one food tour per vacation. We have taken at least 10 food tours over the last few years. This was by far the worst food tour we have done. Our tour was initially rescheduled as the tour guide called us and said that most vendors would be closed on the day we chose, so we were rescheduled for the next day. So the next day our tour guide showed up 15 minutes late as he said he was trying to find a fish vendor as most fish vendors were closed that day. We thought that's why we rescheduled from the day before, but okay. Our first stop was at a chocolate shop, where we sampled a variety of chocolate bars. They were tasty, but all samples in that shop are free anyway, so we could have gone there on our own without paying for a tour. Our second stop was at a vending machine-type place, where the guide fed coins into the machines and we chose a variety of fried or pre-packaged foods. Not what we would normally like to sample, and especially not on a food tour. They tasted like pre-packaged foods, as you would expect. Then he led us on a walking tour to the China town of Amsterdam, but didn't take us into any of the shops to sample any foods. ?? Then he took us to a cheese shop to sample local cheeses, which were good and more of what you expect on a food tour. By this time, everyone was very hungry as we had only sampled chocolate and cheese. Usually on food tours there is so much food you can't sample it all, but this was definitely not the case. Next he said we would have to walk quite a ways to the fish vendor as it was the closest one he could find that was open that day. At that point, everyone was grumpy, tired, and hungry, and we decided to call it quits on the food tour. I mean, what about stroopwafels, poffertjes, Indonesian food, mint tea, and those fries they make with all the various toppings you can pile on them?? Definitely a disappointment, definitely not worth the money we paid, definitely DO NOT recommend.
By far the worst tour of my trip. This is barely a food tour and that the description for this is not correct at all. Overall you get to try 2 things, ours was croquette from a place that resembles a 7-11 1.00 value roughly the size as a cheesestick and a small asian desert that we picked out ourselves roughly the same value, at the very end of the tour we were told that the cheese shop is right over there and they have free samples sitting inside so I'm not counting that, anyone can walk in and do that. There are no Stroopwaffles or pancakes as stated in the ad and if you bring an empty stomach like the ad says, you will be very hungry after. Otherwise there is a walking tour, the guide didn't seem very interested and took frequent phone and smoke breaks and most of the information we had already heard on other Amsterdam tours we had taken. I've done food tours all over the world and am no stranger to them, please note that this is not what you are getting, you are getting an average walking tour with 2 small, mediocre quality, food samples.
It was a good tour but it was more historical than food. When I think food tour, I think a tour where we try staple foods. We found that there is no real Dutch cuisine because they’re so diverse. Good info but not really a food tour.
For us this was more of a city walking tour with a few food tastings. Don't get us wrong, our guide Tony was friendly and very knowledgeable on all things Amsterdam, but based on other food tours we have done this one was average at best.
This tour was amazing! Our guide, Tony, was great. We sampled all the food described, he even found a different traditional food for one of us who didn't eat seafood. We left full! He gave us lots of history and showed us all of the main sights in old city. Highly recommend, great experience!
Our guide Tony was super friendly and made it a great tour! The food tastings were delicious, it was a lot of food! What we really liked about this tour was that it was not only about tasting food. We learned so much about Amsterdam with this tour and saw a lot of sights! Highly recommended!