Foodhallen Amsterdam

Enjoy Dutch and international street food at Foodhallen Amsterdam, located in a former warehouse in the heart of the Amsterdam-West district.
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Twenty indoor food stalls in an exceptional location: an old tram depot that has been renovated and arranged to perfection with tables and chairs. This is Foodhallen Amsterdam, a kind of food market that celebrates diversity and international cuisine. Founded in 2014 in Amsterdam, the concept has since expanded to other Dutch cities, such as Rotterdam and The Hague.

During warm weather at Foodhallen, outdoor tables and chairs are also available, so you can enjoy the warm Dutch sun while enjoying freshly prepared specialities.

The kiosks at Foodhallen Amsterdam

Inside the Foodhallen Amsterdam there are 20 kiosks where you can enjoy street food and typical Dutch and international dishes. Here’s the list!

There are no online menus because the food is prepared fresh every day based on the ingredients available. Remember also that it is not possible to reserve a table. All you have to do is choose something to eat or drink and find a place to sit.

Opening hours

Foodhallen Amsterdam is open every day except Christmas Day, from midday to 1am. On Sundays and Mondays the closing time is midnight.

How to get to the Foodhallen Amsterdam

The Foodhallen Amsterdam is located at Bellamyplein 51, west of the city centre, in the Amsterdam-West area, within the DeHallen shopping centre. The most convenient way to get there is by tram: right in front of the shopping centre, along Kinkerstraat, is the tram stop Ten Katestraat, where lines 7 and 17 run; the latter also stops at Central Station. Alternatively, those who are close to metro line 52 can get off at Vijzelgracht and continue by tram, while for lines 51, 53 and 54 the reference stop is Weesperplein, from where they can continue their journey on tram line 7.

Rotterdam’s Foodhallen and The Hague

Rotterdam’s Foodhallen is the second in terms of time. It dates back to 2018, in an industrial warehouse along the river Maas, while the one in The Hague was opened the following year, in 2019, right in the city centre. Each Foodhallen has its own style and attitude, but the substance remains the same.

Foodhallen Rotterdam

In Rotterdam, the Foodhallen is located inside the Pakhuismeesteren warehouse at Wilhelminakade 58, abandoned for 40 years and brought back to life with a unique mix of food, drink, entertainment and art. There are 12 kiosks serving Dutch and international cuisine.

From Rotterdam Central Station you can get there comfortably by metro D to ‘de Akkers’ or metro E to ‘Slinge’, getting off at Wilhelminaplein. Tram numbers 20, 23 or 25 also take you to Wilhelminaplein. Travelling by car, you can park at the World Port Center car park, which offers advantageous all-day or evening passes.

Foodhallen The Hague

The newest addition to the Foodhallen chain is located in The Hague. Opened in 2019 inside one of the famous Dutch hofjes (a central courtyard overlooked by several houses) at Haagsche Bluf 40, it not only boasts a unique ambience, but is also a relaxing place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Foodhallen The Hague offers its customers 9 kiosks with Dutch and international cuisine.

Being in the centre, it is very easy to reach. If you decide to use your car, you can park at Q-Park Grote Markt, which is a 5-minute walk away, or at Q-Park Torenstraat, which is a 10-minute walk away.

Where is located Foodhallen Amsterdam

Foodhallen Amsterdam is located in Amsterdam West, at Bellamyplein 51.

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