Amsterdam has thousands of restaurants of every size and star ratings tucked in its every corner. Try Ciel Blue which is a two-Michelin-star restaurant situated on the 23rd floor. Its menu changes with the season so whatever is on the plate is fresh and organic. Ron Gastrobar is run by the Michelin star chef Ron Blaauw who serves here 25 tapas-style dishes at a flat price. Apart from these luxurious ones, there are several other options like an Indonesian restaurant known as Blue Pepper and a French one called De Belhamel.
One of their most popular dishes is the Herring sandwich which can be found at any snack stall. There are the varieties of cheese locally produced which are quite exclusive to this city. A raw spiced beef sausage known as Ossenworst should also be tried which is an invention of Amsterdam only. The fried meatballs known as Bitterballen should also be tried along with the Kroketten which are meatballs cylindrically shaped.