The Dutch kitchen isn’t world famous, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t tasty! In winter the Dutch love their traditional mash (stamppot), usually consisting of a vegetable, potatoes, meat or sausage and a gravy. It might not excite your taste-buds while you are reading this, but don’t knock it till you try it!
To make your search for this traditional dish a bit easier, we have listed the best places to enjoy a traditional stamppot.
Best stamppot in Amsterdam
Moeders, the Dutch word for mom, is specialized in traditional dishes made like a Dutch mom will prepare it! For €16,- you can get yourself a plate of stamppot served with a sausage, bacon bits and a tasty gravy. No meat? For vegetarians they also serve a veggie option.
Done with the cold? Step into Haesje Claes and warm yourself with a hearty meal. Here they serve the winter dishes all year long, besides that you can enjoy some other Dutch traditional meals.
De Blauwe Hollander
Andijvie, hutspot, zuurkool or a boerenkool, at De Blauwe Hollander you can order all the traditional stamppoten. They come with different types of meat depending on the stamppot and a tasty gravy. For vegetarians they serve the mash with cheese croquettes and a butter sauce.
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La Falote is a charming diner in the South of Amsterdam. Here the dishes are all made with loads of old-fashioned love. Here you will find the traditional Dutch dishes and a stamppot of the week.
What better time to eat a traditional Dutch winter dish then after a round of ice skating? At the Jaap Edenbaan you have Café Jaap where you can enjoy these traditional foods. On the menu you can find boerenkoolstamppot (mash with kale), a pea soup with rye bread and a changing winter dish of the day.