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Indian Street Food & Co
Indian Street Food & Co., Amstelven
(A true street food sensation)

That true taste of street food – that exact balance in flavors is always challenging. And after 4 years living in the Netherlands, this place might have succeeded in answering to my cravings. What do you think? 

From samosa to pani puri to indo-chinese and Chicken 65 – they have it all.

Madras Diaries, Amsterdam
(A true trip to South India)

Idli, dosa and uthapam definitely defines South India but only 10% of the rich cuisine from every corner of the region of India. Madras Diaries has come up with a great concept of bringing local, regional food from the states of South India to the heart of Amsterdam.

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Madras Diaries
Saravana Bhavan, Amsterdam
(South Indian Food)

I have been asked repeatedly about the best Indian restaurants in Netherlands and I have never had any answer. Decided to go with this as my first Indian restaurant in Amsterdam. 

Saravana Bhavan in Amsterdam - Review by Spice Trip.NL
Saravanna Special Menu Meal
The Pepper Trail in Rotterdam - Review by Spice Trip.NL
The Pepper Trail Experience
The Pepper Trail, Rotterdam
(Authentic Indian Curry experience)

This is one of the most disputed Indian restaurants in the Netherlands, mainly because it is little unconventional. This made me more curious and I decided to give this place a try. Did it live upto the expectation? 

Krishna Vilas, Den Haag
(South Indian Food)

Continuing my search for good Indian restaurants across the Netherlands, I recently visited Krishna Vilas. I heard from a friend living in the Hague some great reviews about this place and decided to give it a try. Is it worth a visit or should we skip it? 

Krishna Vilas in Den Haag - Review by Spice Trip.NL
Dosa at Krishna Vilas, The Hague
Aahar Delux in Antwerp - Review by Spice Trip.NL
Aahar Delux, The Aahaar daata
Aahaar Delux, Antwerp
(Home-style Indian experience)

My search for true Indian good food took me to Antwerp last month and I visited this 14 year old restaurant named Aahaar Delux run by a Gujarati family from Surat. Have you been there already? Should you travel all the way there to eat Indian? 

To know more read my review – https://spicetrip.nl/aahaar-delux-antwerp/

29 Spices
(Indian Street Food in Amsterdam)

Have you ever tried Pani Puri or Samosa or Pakoras? These are all famous streetfood in India and they are now in Amsterdam as well. 29 Spices the new boy in town is making its mark by serving some real Indian food everyday. 

To know more read my review – https://spicetrip.nl/29-spices-indian-streetfood-amsterdam/

Pani Puri at 29 Spices
Biryani at Flavours of India
Flavours of India (Hidden Indian gem in Amsterdam)

Restaurants with minimal decor and minimum items on offer in the menu, how many such restaurants do you know? But when everything on the menu is cooked with love and passion, it is more than enough. That’s Flavours of India.

To know more read my review – https://spicetrip.nl/flavours-of-india/

Blue Poppy Thakali
True Tibetan and Nepalese experience in Kolkata

This place is maybe Kolkata’s best kept secret. Right in the middle of the city, experience Nepalese valley while enjoying great food from Nepal and Tibet. 1 visit to this place might not be justifiable. 

To know more read my review – https://spicetrip.nl/review-on-blue-poppy-thakkali/

Blue Poppy, Kolkata
Chicken momo at Bhatti Pasal
Bhatti Pasal (Magical Nepalese Food & Momo in Amsterdam)

I think all Indians are obsessed with Momo and chutney, the most commonly served streetfood in India. All of that and some soul rendering and authentic Nepalese food in the heart of Amsterdam.

To know more read my review – https://spicetrip.nl/bhatti-pasal-nepali-food-in-amsterdam/