You may still remember them: the long lines in New York at the launch of the cruffin . Fortunately, there are now also places closer to home where they bake this delicacy. Looking for an unsurpassed cruffin and endless other relatives? Then head towards Fort Negen in Amsterdam.
Popping up quality bakeries in the country is something that makes our Culy hearts beat faster. It is not for nothing that we have tested the best croissants in Amsterdam . Or have selected the best bread for you.
And those bakeries are often not averse to experimenting. Because in addition to the classic croissants and baguettes, there is a lot going on in the sweet category.
Where you can pick up your gluten heart anyway, is Fort Negen in Amsterdam. Started small by supplying the catering industry, they (fortunately) now also bake for us, willing individuals.
And that everything is made fresh and by hand, we see that reflected in the long queues on Jan Evertsenstraat. A line that we join without quibbling.
And what do we order? Where we used to crave Fort Negen’s canelé , sourdough bread and the oliebollen during New Year’s Eve, we are now mainly focused on refreshing flavor combinations of the daily cruffin specials.
Brace yourself: anyone have a mango sticky rice cruffin with kaffir lime, a cruffin with orange cream and mulled wine, a cheesecake cruffin with passion fruit gel or one with hay cream, pear compote and Chinese five herbs ?
There is more
If you are there anyway, go with an empty stomach. Because those taste innovations can be found in more delicious foods, such as cheese croissants. How about a cheese croissant with chipotle, potato, kale and spring onions, or with ricotta, za’atar , mushrooms and parsley? We are already jumping on the bike.
Prefer a vegan cruffin? That is now also possible, namely at Saint Jean .
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