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Coffee Shop
“Don't be in a rush there... But it's worth the wait, they make very good cappuccinos.”
  • 98 locals recommend
At Bar Basquiat you are welcome for breakfast, lunch, drinks and dinner.
“In this street you will find a lot of restaurants, bars and outside terases.”
  • 68 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Coffee, breakfast, lunch and shopping (women's clothing and accessories) combined. Great spot to have a good coffee or healthy lunch, to find some trendy clothes, to read your newspaper or to have a chat with your friends. Lovely staff!”
  • 59 locals recommend
Bakery
“absolutly the best whole grain bakery in town! There is almost always a cue in front of it...”
  • 64 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Fresh, home-roasted coffee and specialty fromown import and home-made bakery products. Sit down on the cozy terrace or slide in at the reading table. Diagonally opposite you can find one of the best greengrocers in Amsterdam East: Helal. In the same street you will also find a trendy lemonade shop for the total abstainer, a Gluten-free shop and 'Joe's Garage' a squat cafe for a real underground experience.”
  • 49 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“You can get everything for breakfast and lunch. It's open from 8 am till 10 pm.”
  • 30 locals recommend
Cafe
“Local coffee place for all your coffee needs! Also a great place to get some work done if needed. ”
  • 44 locals recommend
Furniture / Home Store
“breakfast, lunch, nice furniture, presents and clothes to buy! Really a experience! ”
  • 29 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Market
“Open 6 days a week, this market has a great variety of clothing, produce and food. Try kibbeling, poffertjes, loempias, fresh fries, cheese, and more!”
  • 408 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Address: Land van Cocagneplein: This (car free) shopping area is very convenient, there are many different stores like supermarkets, a bookshop, a bakery, a flower shop, gift shops, restaurants, clothes shops, disounters and much more.”
  • 47 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“There is a lot to see and do in Amsterdam, all depending on your taste. If we were in the neighborhood, you could run into us and other locals at the small shopping center “Brazilië” at Oostelijke Handelskade (5 min walk). It has a Jumbo supermarket (cheaper), Albert Heijn supermarket (more expensive and fancier), Etos and Kruidvat drugstores, butcher, bakery (meh, Albert Heijn is better), liquor store, etc. o Tip 1: try some great Dutch herring, the famous street snack, at the fish store right here. Or get their also good “kibbeling” (fried cod) with sauce. o Tip 2: the Dutch street snack is of course french fries, to be bought at a snack bar. The snack bar “Kwalitaria” in the shopping center is the real deal. Make sure to get mayonaise on your fries, or peanut sauce. OR BOTH. Seriously. It’s called ‘patat oorlog’ (war fries) and comes with sprinkled raw onion (optional).”
  • 52 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Great to rent bikes • Black Bikes Muiderpoort (Land van Cocagneplein 1E): from €9 for 3 hours (€13 for 24 hours, 2-5th day €9)”
  • 16 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Shopping center on walking distance. Groceries, drinks, drug store, book store, coffeeshop ect. ”
  • 8 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
  • 2 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
Shopping Mall
“If you would like to grab some food Albert Heijn XL is a big supermarket where you can get some grocery. ”
  • 2 locals recommend

Markets

Market
“Open 6 days a week, this market has a great variety of clothing, produce and food. Try kibbeling, poffertjes, loempias, fresh fries, cheese, and more!”
  • 408 locals recommend
Market
“One of the nicest streets in Amsterdam East is the Javastraat Amsterdam. Full with shops and products from all around the world together with super trendy hotspots. At the grocery store you buy the best vegetables, bread, herbs and spices. Next thing you plump down at a nice coffee bar, lunchroom, or restaurant. ”
  • 116 locals recommend
Market
“Dappermarkt is one of the biggest busiest, street market in Amsterdam. It is also enriched by the ethnic diversity of this neighborhood. Open daily 10am to 5pm. ”
  • 9 locals recommend
Market
“In the Javastraat (the beating heart of the Indische/Indian neighborhood) you will find a variety of multicultural supermarkets. Herbs, spices, vegetables and loads of fruit for a good price! Personal favourite with superfriendly owner is Lale Kasabi (nr.101). You can also find some fine clothing & vintage stores. Go drink a coffee after your shopping Qahwa d 'Or, they also have a wonderful selection of specialty teas.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Fish Market
“A very good fish shop. I go there for the herring (haring) that we eat almost raw. The also have good "kibbling" that is small pieces of fried fish”
  • 3 locals recommend
Fish Market
“Get your real Dutch raw herring experience here! Also very good for other fish on the go”
  • 4 locals recommend
Market
  • 2 locals recommend
Supermarket
“Big supermarket with everything around. Here you can find meet, fish and all you need. ”
  • 3 locals recommend