We went over to Sonneveld after visiting the Ann Frank House. It was busy, but we were quickly set up at an available high top near the bar, which suited us fine. My wife ordered and enjoyed the stampot, while I chose the ribs. The ribs were fall off the bone tender, meaty and flavorful. We added frites as well and used the sauces provided for the ribs (curry, sweet chili, pesto) to supplement the mayo. ...wow, was that good! In fact, everything was good. All washed down by a good local beer and wine. Atmosphere was cozy and convivial. Service was great. There were plenty of other restaurants down the street in this part of the Jordaan. We never found the ice cream place ( people were walking by with cones,as we ate), but it was late and businesses were closing by the time we left. Certainly stop by if you're in the area. The neighborhood itself, is worth the trip.
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