Quiet nice. Did not visit the cafe inside. Only took pictures outside. Not perfectly beautiful or interesting, therefore only 3 points
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Eating dinner in a 15th Century Gate House isn't something we get to do ever at home so we had to go. The building was extraordinary. My expectations for the food were marginal but that was completely off base. The food was absolutely delicious. They...More
We had to wait for such a long queue but it was worth it. The service is a bit slow but still, the food was super tasty!
De Waag is not a castle. From 1488 this building was one of city gates, "Sint Antoniepoort" (Sint Antoniegate). In one of the towers there is the oldest gable stone of Amsterdam. In 1617 this building became a weighingstation. It was also a shelter of...More
This little castle was a great place to stop for a coffee, although service was a bit slow. Also in the square there was a vinyl records market and it is surrounded by many other eateries.
Lovely place to hang out and the most beauty is at the night. I personally enjoyed the visit here and would recommend a night visit.
We were there for a dinner, we had to wait almost two hours for our food, which was presented in a nice way but was a small amount and tasted just ok. Definitely not worth the money. At least the staff was very kind and...More
Nice food although the menu was a little scaled down when we were there. The place is not large and the service staffs accommodated with an outdoor seat setting our group of 7 in a cost and properly set up area. The location is great...More
De Waag is a lovely old building that now houses a nice simple restaurant.....we went there a few times for drinks and snacks.....it nice and easy going.....we made new friends on 2 occasions......the service is good.......also around the building a fleamarket sets up over the...More