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This intimate and inexpensive breakfast, lunch, and high-tea favorite is strewn with flea market finds (such as a gorgeous Portuguese chandelier) and often requires a reservation to snag one of its 10 tables. But it's worth planning in advance for their lovely sandwiches and soups—with veggies picked fresh from their own kitchen garden—or their home-baked cakes, cupcakes, and quiches. Afternoon tea in this snug spot, only served from 2 to 5 pm, is a popular choice for catching up with old friends—especially on Amsterdam's notoriously rainy days.
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