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Absolutely brilliant place. Food,had sandwiches ,pea soup and a breakfast wonderful. Great atmosphere full of local people . Waitresses extremely helpful and friendly. Nothing was too much trouble. Visited this traditional brown cafe four times during a three day stay.
Me and my friends came across this cafe and gave it a try. The very first time we came in, we were already greeted by an impolite waitress who’s blonde and i think she’s in her 40s-50s. She didn’t even smile at us or welcomed...More
Anno 1670 whit an updated flair. Great guys owning it. My old friend Jan Wieger van der Linden and Pepijn, the son of a famous Royalty Photographer of the Dutch newspaper ‘de Telegraaf’ Peter Zonneveld.
We visited Hoppe a few years ago and loved it, so we were eager to return on our recent trip and introduce our friends to it as well.
However our visit this time was spoilt by the very rude and arrogant service we received by...More
Our favorite place in Amsterdam. Full of character and warmth from both the setting and the service. The barman was very patient and even taught us a few Dutch words with correct pronunciation. Lunch here was absolutely delicious. It is a perfect place to try...More
This is a really good, traditional brown cafe, in a super location . Slightly larger than some of the other traditional brown cafes in areas such as Jordaan, this is very cosy and traditional inside, and I can imagine on a cold evening the atmosphere...More
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