We can’t get enough of it: markets. Our culinary heart skipped a beat when the Hermitage market in Amsterdam opened at the beginning of March. Because we have never seen one like this: local fresh products that are sold in an inspiring and historic environment.
If we wrote a hymn about the snacks on the Ten Kate market before, at least we now know where we are going to schedule our appointments on Saturday.
Sure, it’s about the content, but the eye also wants something. And that fits perfectly with the Hermitage market, according to its own description a place where ‘culture and culinary melt together into a market’. In the courtyard of the historical museum you imagine yourself in the most idyllic holiday spot possible.
The market is completely Amsterdam – okay and a little bit of the surrounding area too. Think of dairy from farmers in Amsterdam, fish from the North Sea and meat from urban garden pigs on the outskirts of Amsterdam. In short: entrepreneurs with a story and a lot of business sense.
Get that shopping list ready, because everything has been thought of at this Hermitage market. The complete impressive list of participants can be found on the Hermitage site , but we will mention a few highlights to substantiate our enthusiasm.
First of all: you no longer have to cycle to West for the cruffins and all the other goodies from Fort Nine , because they are also available here every Saturday. Fill your bags with pickles, kimchi and kombucha from Thull’s Deli , get your dairy from MOMA and your cheese from Kef . Or go for dried sausage and porchetta from the Origin. In addition to many culinary delights, you can also bring some atmosphere into your home: you can buy your flowers immediately at Sijmons.
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