You can get this at the Ten Kate market: the snack mecca du moment

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Markets in Amsterdam: they are increasingly unfolding as the location for an unforgettable snack adventure. Of course, the well-known herring and the Vietnamese spring roll have forever conquered a place in our hearts, but now more and more options are springing up like mushrooms. One of our favorite markets is the Ten Kate in Amsterdam Oud-West. And this is why.

Snacks on the Ten Kate

In the past we could often be found there for fresh vegetables and fruit. We are now planning a trip to the Kinkerbuurt a lot more carefully. Because going to this market with hunger and without a plan is asking for trouble.

Jen’s Bing

Bao’s, dan bings, yan su ji’s and many more treats not to be missed. At Jen’s Bing, you’ll find Taiwanese street food that will have you swooning for days. Order a bubble tea with it and you know: this is a reason to go to the Ten Kate without a shopping list.

Istanbul Gozlemez

Personal favorite for morning, lunch or dinner: Turkish gözleme: a flat bread filled with various savory options such as spinach and feta. The gözleme is also freshly prepared in front of you and both the price and the owners are so sympathetic that returning is inevitable. Want to try gözleme at home? Try it with this recipe .

Himalayan Kitchen

For Nepalese and Indian snacks, we refer you to the Himalayan Kitchen food truck. Expect momos (Nepalese steamed dumplings), stuffed puris and samosas.

Tyros

You can get Lebanese from Tyros. On the menu of this Ten Kate favorite you will find falafel, köfte and lamb shoarma, all as richly topped as they are full of flavour. And when you can count Snackspert to your fan base , you know that it is a Snack with a capital S.

And also

In addition to the above favorites, there is much more to be found on the Ten Kate market. Think of the now famous sandwiches from Boer Geert, addictively delicious Japanese snacks from Osaka Ball (only on Mondays!) and the numerous hummus varieties from Deli Fresh.


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