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Foodhallen as the name suggest is a big hall with various food joints offering different cuisines located on a formerly tram track. The surroundings and overall feel of the place is hip and cool . Vegan options are limited .
We visited foodhallen with family (teens age) on a rainy day. The overall atmosphere and the concept is interesting. We tried food from 4 different sources and specifically vietnamese, indian, burgers and beverages (beer).
The vietmanese was acceptable to good while the rest below the...More
The food and drink options are endless - great if you don’t quite know what you fancy! There’s also a gin and tonic bar, beer bar and a wine bar, all with so much choice. Everything is really reasonably priced - calamari was €7, burgers...More
This is a very interesting part of the city. If you are going to the opera or other concert, take the time and visit this venue. There are so many food stalls and of such variety that any food lover will enjoy. Do not neglect...More
Not too far out of the city and easily accessible by tram, Foodhallen is a great place to experience a variety of food and drinks.
I tried the bitterballen tasting platter, oysters from le big fish, and dim sum from dim sumthing - all were...More
If you don’t mind a crowd and are cool with possibly eating while standing... you should give this place a try on your next rainy day in Amsterdam :)
I Visited the Foodhallen on a Sunday eve around 6pm and it was PACKED. I picked...More
Was expecting a bit more- ate at about four different stalls and had a cocktail from the main bar. Not really the buzzing atmosphere as described in other reviews but maybe that was the time of year. The bitterballen bar was really good and the...More
I have to admit that i am jealous to people of Amsterdam. This place is so cool.Place is full of small or even tiny restaurants from all cultural backgrounds of the world. Fresh oysters from Atlantic ocean or hand made dumplings. Idea is just made...More