This complex is similar to Chelsea Market in NYC and the Ferry Building in SF. However, in addition to a food hall and crafty shops, it also houses a movie theater and a small public library. There was a decent variety of food to choose from -- craft beer, burgers, seafood, traditional Dutch food, Mexican, Vietnamese, dim sum, etc. We tried a bunch of things, including a burger, fries, Vietnamese spring rolls, and this soft shell crab bao that looked more appealing than it tasted. The food could be better, but it’s a nice space to meet up with friends.
On my way to the Dutch version of Whole Foods, I walked through a quaint garden that had a nice little cafe. Crocuses were in full bloom.
More scooting and shopping after Theta’s nap.
Had an average dinner of crispy pork belly, oysters and linguine with clams. I miss the food in Paris.
Amsterdam is beautiful with its charming canals and architecture. We enjoyed a nice sunset as we walked home from the restaurant.