Every city in the world has a huge array of food options, but if there’s one staple that we can all go it has to be the humble burger. Amsterdam burgers are as good as it gets so we’ve put together the following mouthwatering selection.
Life doesn’t get much better than chewing into one of these bad boys…
Best Amsterdam Burgers
1. The Butcher
With restaurants in Amsterdam, Ibiza and Berlin, they’ve already won top marks for the locations they pick. These juicy burgers are finished off with delicious toppings that will have you coming back time and time again.
Although they have a main focus on chicken here, they do incredible beef burgers as well so you’ll find something for everybody. Those loaded sides are off the charts too. You’ll want to save some room…
3. Burger Bar
With three locations around the city, this is easily one of Amsterdam’s most popular burger joints with both tourists and locals. Perfect after a few beers. Make up your own creation, or go for one of their classics.
4. Cafe Frits
When you combine a beer garden with wonderful craft beers and throw in some amazing burgers served with proper “Frits”, then you really are talking about a marriage made in heaven. That’s exactly what you’ll find at this top notch spot.
5. Thrill Grill
Thrill Grill has two handy locations in the city, and they rely on super high end ingredients to make their burgers pop here. One to try if you like a burger so big you can barely fit it in your mouth.
6. Café de Walvis
A laid-back place to come if you want a nice simple burger and beer without too much fuss. Their lovely terrace outside means that an Al Fresco burger in summer is always an option.
7. The Beef Chief
Simon runs his burger operation from a 1975 Citroen van. You can find him in a brewery, selling burgers at pop up events and even running a burger catering operation.
You’ll have to follow his social channels to track down the latest locations, but when you do you’ll be rewarded with a burger that is good enough for heaven.
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