Located in the heart of Nieuwmarkt, Restaurant-Café in de Waag offers a unique combination of dining, history, and relaxation. The building itself dates from sometime in the early half of the 1400s, and has been kept up ever since. The interior blends the centuries-old exterior and interior layout with modern, warm features that highlight the space’s rich history and beauty of the space. If you’re in for dinner, you’re also in for a treat: hundreds of lit candles provide even more warmth as you dine on some top-quality traditional Dutch food. So, if you’re hoping for a whole lot of history on your Amsterdam trip plan, then why not eat in a building that’s predates Columbus’ Voyage?
*Recommended by Local Expert Adelina Krupski
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