Above: Cappuccino & Matcha Latte
Feeling hungover? We know the cure, and it’s spelled B-R-U-N-C-H. Not an early bird? Head out for an afternoon brunch at Bakers and Roasters! A Kiwi café located in De Pijp and Centrum, with a menu offering you nine different kinds of eggs, stacks of blueberry pancakes with mapel syrup and amazing coffee. Not to mention, afternoon cocktails.
Above: Eggs Royale.
There is really nothing bad to say about this place. Prices are moderate, however you definitely get what you pay for. With that being said, the chefs do not scrimp with the ingredients or the portion sizes. The staff is really friendly and genuine which is super impressive considering the vast amount of customers that they are serving on a daily basis. Needless to say, that adds to the whole experience.
Above: It's Spring, tulips in bloom!
This place does not take any reservations, and if you go on a weekend, expect to wait 30 minutes before they seat you. The waiting is not necessarily a bad thing though, if you are in De Pijp, have a stroll through the area and discover the Albert Cuyp market, Amsterdam's most beloved market with stalls selling everything from fruit, vegetables and cheese to clothing and cosmetics. This is located just around the corner from Bakers and Roasters which makes it a nice way to fill your time.
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