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Mural created by Margerite Luitwieler in 2003:
I cherish them
The places where it's drafty
Where you turn
Give me the rear of houses and areas
Where every green shoot
Surrounded by crooked stones
Rises out of the dry soil
The unintentionally created area
In West Afrikan art images, Mbulu Ngulu means "imagination of the spirit of the dead". It represents a human figure. By this statue you don't see a human figure at all. Is the reclining orange rugby ball supposed to be the head? This statue is on the top of an advertising column that now it is a part of the...
This 3 meters high statue is located on the top of the chimney of a former oil factory. the chimney is now standing among some buildings so you can't see the foot of the chimney. Beautiful?, no!, not really but if you're looking for the story of this statue?, it's an interesting one
Once the local government asked some artist to create an atwork for the "lijn" of tram number 7 ( it was used to be tram number 10 that is now disappeared), from Sarphatistraat to Czaar Peterstraat. Four artists designed "the art" for 4 tram stops ( Alexanderplein, Hoogte Kadijk, 1e Coehoornstraat and 1e Leeghwaterstraat). How many times I used to...
"Best gluten free waffles!!!!!!! (And normal ones too!!)"
reviewed 3 weeks ago by VickyK49
This had been on our radar before we came to visit Amsterdam! It was a little out of our way but we decided to risk it and make the trip in the morning, we were not disappointed!
The lady serving was so helpful and very friendly! We got a normal waffle and more importantly for me I got a gluten...
$$ - $$$ • Dutch, European, International, Healthy, Street Food
"Delicious food at a place that is doing a great job in taking care of the planet."
reviewed 3 weeks ago by Inês F
The menu has just a few options but it always at least one that is vegan/vegetarian. Since they cook with ingredients that otherwise would be wasted, I think the menu varies quite a lot. I love the fact that they turn food surplus into delicious food. I went for the bulgur with roasted vegetables in a yummy dressing and I...
Food is ok, it's a buffet, you pay by the kg, big variety and clearly signalized gf, v etc. Quite pricey though. Second time I go, second time I get a dessert and get disappointed :(
I love sour food but the lemon pie was so sour I could not eat it all. Maybe a matter of taste as well....
This was a spontaneous visit - I cycle past daily, and we needed somewhere to have dinner.
The street front is unassuming, once inside the space is warm, eclectic and welcoming. Thee is a small menu, which changes regularly, with both fixed course and alacarte options. We didn't have enough time to take advantage of the full menu. Two warm...