I love this cafeteria. Apart from its coffee, tea, lemonade or the snack that you may have in it I like the way it is decorated. Actually, you feel like in your living room.
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After getting cold on a walking tour of the city with Free Dam we were grateful for the warmth, welcome and food. Cappuccino with apple kaneel really good- everything looks tasty. My friend had soup and chicken tajine- both good. Daily bread. They serve breakfast...More
Having visited LPQ in Argentina, England, Belgium and Holland, I can assure this is the worst ever. One of the waiters screaming over the counter as we entered, the kitchen was already closed but they kept remarking it constantly, like DUH we got it the...More
Different Story respect to the other Le Pain Quotidien. Here the staff was totally inappropriate, service was slow and even to get the menù we waited 15min. (The place was not busy at all!) The food tasted different and some things were totally bad (Apple...More
While we were in Amsterdam we had breakfast here every morning. Perfect mimosa's great coffee and fabulous menu for us veggie/vegans
A lovely place for coffee - the little bowls the coffees came in are very cute. We split a delicious raisin cookie too, regretting that we weren't hungry enough to order more of the lovely looking food.
My husband and I came across this restaurant as we walked around our hotel's neighborhood on the Singel canal. It is great. The breakfasts are huge, with lots of fluffy ,fresh eggs, fresh spinach, yummy waffles and big cups of coffee. We loved the upbeat...More
We've had breakfast here twice this week and were very impressed. Great omelets, french toast, yoghurt and fruit, and breakfast muffins (if only OK coffee). On the first occasion we thought the service was perhaps a little disinterested, but on the second we were very...More
I absolutely loved this casual Restaurant. I walked here from Herengracht in the morning for great coffee and an omelet. I also ate lunch here a couple of times. Loved the Food and Service. I could sit outside every time I was there.