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Amsterdam: the food

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Folks, the discussion on these forums makes me think that Amsterdam dining, while not bleak and depressing, leaves a bit to be desired. So far, our strategy is going to be:

Breakfast: substantial hotel breakfast (staying at the Ambassade), leading into

Lunch: We'll do herring and french fries one day, but need other suggestions for lunch ideas

Dinner: Rijstaffel at Blauw; Need a couple of other dinner ideas, mixing it up between casual and upscale.

Our many interest is quality, it doesn't matter if we find it at a hole in the wall or a white table cloth place.

Also, vegetarian suggestions appreciated.

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