Last month I travelled to Netherlands for a conference, and like every time the foodie in me couldn’t resist tasting the local food the country had to offer.
So, after the conference was over, I and a bunch of my colleagues decided to book a walking food tour in Jordaan. Jordaan has one of the most popular local food joints that Amsterdam has to offer, and I had got to know that this is also where I can find some of the best Dutch Appletaarts and Stroopwafels. So, our first stop in Jordaan was Moeders that stands for mothers in Dutch. We all wanted to gorge on traditional Dutch food, so we ordered some Stamppot and Poffertjes from the menu. There is a reason why these two dishes are a hot favorite in Moeders menu, for we truly relished each and every bite from them.
After Moeders, we walked on the streets with some beautiful sightseeing, and finally stopped at ‘t Zwaantje. Trust me, the stewed beef at ‘t Zwaantje was one of the best I had ever tasted in my life, and to add to the home style cooking made it taste even more authentic from Dutch standards. This was our last day in Netherlands, and I am glad we chose the perfect way to bid adieu to this beautiful country with an unforgettable culinary experience.