Amsterdam’s buzzing culinary scene is a renowned one, and not without good reason! In the marvelous Dutch capital, you will find anything from local snack-stops, to innovative high-end cuisine, picturesque cafes, and vegan hotspots. You name it, Amsterdam’s got it. Slept in late, and want to go for an elaborate (and mouthwatering) family brunch before exploring the city? As one of Europe’s most family-friendly destinations, Amsterdam is filled with places that are perfect for brunching with your little ones. In this blog, we will tell you all about the best family-friendly brunch spots in Amsterdam.
Looking for a place to enjoy your pick from a healthy, versatile, and mouthwatering menu, while socializing with other parents and kiddos, and exploring (or shopping) trendy kids’ furniture, clothes, toys, and other must-haves? Then we have the perfect spot for you. You can find the lovely and remarkably kid-friendly Blender in neighborhoods De Pijp and Oud-Zuid. Good to know: there is also a kids’ hairdresser on site, and a variety of fun activities to participate in, such as cooking classes and arts and crafts workshops.
This one is a favorite amongst influencers and families alike. Craving a coconut juice, cold-pressed smoothie, or a freshly-brewed coffee, alongside a pick from a healthy, extensive menu (think smoothie bowls, eggs any style, and well-packed Cubano sandwiches)? Then Coffee & Coconuts will be your new favorite go-to for brunch. You will love their spacious boho-chic interior, and the cool art displayed on the walls. The best part? There are comfy bean bags for the kids to lounge in. In other words, a true treat for everyone!
This one is a heaven for both parents and kids. The mums and dads will love their delectable dishes, yummy iced-coffees, and fresh fruit juices.
The little ones will adore the colorful interior, stacked pancakes, and, last but not least, the deliciously rich milkshakes topped with candy, donuts, and enough whipped cream to last a lifetime. You’ll find this gem in Amsterdam-Zuid and Amsterdam-West, which both offer plenty of great activities to hop over to after brunch, including the Albert Cuyp market (Zuid) and the Rembrandtpark (West).