The Jordaan Dutch Food Tour

Duration: 3 hours

Location: Jordaan area


€ 62.50

age 13 - 18

€ 57.50

age 6 - 12

€ 52.50

Under 6's


*We assume that children under the age of 6 eat with their supervisors. Please also feel free to bring your own food and drinks for them.

Enjoy delicious Dutch snacks and street food on a 3-hours food tour with 4 tastings through the 17th century Jordaan neighborhood.

  • This is the perfect tour if you do like good food and a food tour seems fun to you but you don't want to spend half a day on it either.
  • The tour is also fun for the "not so foodies," as there is much more to experience than just food and it will be tasty to most people
  • You will explore the Jordaan but also learn about the rest of Amsterdam and get valuable tips for the rest of your stay from your guide

Usually starts at 2 p.m.

Depending on seasonal demand every Monday to Friday

Minimum 4 and maximum 10 guests

Most dietary restrictions can be catered for. Unfortunately vegan or dairy free is not possible.

Upgrade your included beverages to 2 local craft beers or Dutch gins or 1 cocktail for €10

2 kilometers of walking on easy terrain and suitable for people with normal mobility

Cancel free of charge up to 48 hours of the tour start

meeting point jordaan food tour

What you will eat and drink

Your guide welcomes you in front of one of Amsterdam’s most iconic and centuries-old ‘brown cafes’ where you will taste the famous homemade Dutch apple pie just like Bill Clinton once did. For beverages you can choose a non-alcoholic drink, draft beer or wine and if you opted for the ‘Drinks Upgrade’* there is a wide choice of local craft beers, Dutch gins and liqueurs or maybe you are up for a festive Prosecco.

Next you will visit three more unique places to sample typical Dutch snacks and street food including a tasting of Dutch Gouda farmhouse cheeses at a popular local delicatessen where you can also do your food souvenir shopping.

You will also get a taste of Indonesian-Surinamese food that has strongly influenced the Dutch food culture with dishes like the ‘rijsttafel’ (rice table) and you will learn where these foreign influences come from.

The tour ends in a former 17th century canal house, now a popular pub, along the ‘Prinsengracht’ (Prince Canal) for a final tasting of your choice: ‘bitterballen’ (the most famous Dutch savory pub snack) or ‘poffertjes’ (soft mini pancakes with powdered sugar and butter). Again you will be served a drink whether or not in combination with your ‘Drinks Ugrade’.

Not just a food tour 

The Jordaan Dutch Food Tour is not only a food tour but also introduces you to the history of Amsterdam and the Jordaan neighborhood in particular.

In between tastings, you will walk through the picturesque neighborhood with its small streets, centuries-old houses and numerous boutique stores, cafes and restaurants. Your guide will of course tell you about the special places you encounter so that you get a good impression of the history of Amsterdam and the Jordaan.

This former working-class area was built in the early 17th century to house immigrants who came to Amsterdam from all over The Netherlands and Europe in search of work or freedom of believe. After a long period of dire poverty and decay, the neighborhood regained popularity and today is one of Amsterdam’s most beloved neighborhoods.


* Two non alcohol drinks, draft beers or glasses of wine are included in the price, when you checkout your tickets online you can choose the ‘Drinks Upgrade’ for €10 per adult. This allows you to choose two local craft beers, Dutch gins and liqueurs, Prosecco or a cocktail of your choice. 






The food stops

Café Papeneiland

Dutch apple pie + a drink


Dutch farmhouse Gouda style cheese

Swietie Sranang

Indonesian-Surinamese Satay

Café de Prins

Poffertjes or Bitterballen + a drink

The tour starts in front of Café Papeneiland on Prinsengracht 2 where you will be welcomed by your guide (look for the Amsterdam Food Tours logo)

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What is your cancellation policy?

You can cancel your tickets and get a full refund for public tours up to 48 hours before the start time of the tour. For private and customized tours this is 7 days before the tour date. Third party costs like boat rent or museum tickets are non refundable, this also goes for processing and credit card or online payment costs.

Will the tours run in bad weather?

The tours will always take place, no matter what the weather, except when the Dutch meteorological Institute has given out a warning for severe and dangerous weather (code orange or red). In this case we will of course offer you a full refund.

Are the tours suitable for pregnant women?

Yes, please let us know when booking so we can change tastings that are not suitable for pregnant women.

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"Our family of five had a fabulous food tour our first day in Amsterdam. It was more than a food tour, it was an introduction to the history of the city. We enjoyed fabulous local food while hearing about the culture and customs. It was a small group so you didn’t feel like a tourist. DO IT!!"

Patricia Kelly - Google Review

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