One of the first things that might strike you in Amsterdam’s Chinatown is the bilingual street signs. The first Chinese settlers in Amsterdam used to load and stoke the coals on the large passenger ships, which is why a prominent Chinatown sprung up near the old harbour. Once this industry vanished, the Chinese opened up shops and restaurants here. Today you'll find the city's best Chinese restaurants and shops right in the heart of Amsterdam’s old centre. And of course, it’s the place to celebrate Chinese New Year in Amsterdam. Over the years, this district has also embraced other far-Eastern cultures, so in addition to the Chinese influences, keep your eyes open for shops and restaurants featuring Thai, Japanese, Indonesian and even Tibetan delicacies. Website
he most important tourist sight within Amsterdam's Chinatown is without doubt the Zeedijk Buddhist temple, known as Fo Guang Shan He Hua Temple.
The soups are super, as well as the vegies & other menu. But the staffs are very grumpy. They can even move you when you already pick your seat. They...
Written by Dian P, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Worst wait staff!!!!"
We already order some take out in a different day before actually eating in the place. The food is decent and the portions are big but nothing special....
Written by maddielicious, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Dinner with Cantonese foods"
Maybe their portions are much for dinner, maybe it is more suitable as lunch. But we enjoyed anyway. I wish we went here with more people, so we could...
Written by Natureahead, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Great authentic chinese Restaurant"
Never expected this great food! We have been to Nam Kee with a group of 8 on one of the round tables and really enjoyed the whole evening. We had the...
Written by Dierk H, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Dull tastes, grumpy staff."
There are a couple of Chinese restaurants in Amsterdam wit this same name. Go to the one at Zeedijk and skip this one. I've been here a couple of...
Written by RodgerMettenday, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Decent but not the best"
Decent Chinese but not the best. Was very quiet for somewhere with with good reviews. This is usually a turn off for any food place, the food arrived way...
Written by Anonymouscontent, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Plenty of interesting place to eat"
This is an easy distance away but once you have had the easiest there is plenty more to go at to suit all tastes ... no need to hit the centre and pay top...
Written by stevenduncan, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
Love the Dim Sum here! the main dishes I've tried have all been good too, but am addicted to the steamed dim sum. All very reasonably priced too!
Written by Nikster_70, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Typical Chinese cuisine"
It just like another Chinese restaurant, same taste, same feeling not the best of the best but it's ok
Written by Rickey M, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
Food is average, service is nothing here. The toilet is very clean. It's ok for group tourist to dine here. Should try local cuisine but no choice no...
Written by Sapteo, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Excellent Christmas Day Adventure"
Well, first we did not believe it would be open, buy it was, then we thought given the average reviews, no chance of quality. But boy were we wrong....
Written by PraisDeLord, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Good Food but Low Service"
This Nam Kee is the biggest of all Nam Kee in Amsterdam. The location is easy to find. Tram 24 or 16 will stop at the "Heineken plein" When It...
Written by Solodam J, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Beautiful roast & bbq pork"
Had a beautiful bbq and roast pork combo, serving is on the generous side. Roast duck is chewy and juiceless. A short walk from the Red Light District/Den...
Written by 09S, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
The food was fair . The service was terrible took 2 hours in between starter and main . Waitress ignorant grunting . We were left waiting for ages....
Written by Kim G, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Nam Kee's quality is going downwards"
I have been a rather regular customer of Nam Kee's restaurants in Amsterdam. I appreciated the food very much. But especially the establishment at the...
Written by Marion F. K, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Darn good food"
We came as a tour group. Food was served fast and hot. Good food on par with what you get in Singapore or even Hong Kong. We see many take out orders so...
Written by Jason S, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Quick and quite tasty lunch"
Came here between Rijks museum and Heineken Experience for a quick lunch. Took some Beijing duck with rice and Chinese beer. The price for dishes range...
Written by Renars L, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Adequate food and low service."
The food was alright. The service is not even worth mentioning. They just throw the plates onto the tables without making conversation. Maybe asian...
Written by Bearbeatz, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
I had a nice dinner here with my family, the food was nice but nothing special. I would go back because this is one of the better Chinese restaurants I...
Written by fimiguma, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Good roast pork"
After being away from Asia for 3 weeks, we wanted to have some chinese food and so we went to Nam Kee hoping to score a table without waiting too long (...
Written by Hammie2015, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
We came to the restaurant and had to wait long for a table although there were free but not yet cleared tables. The food itself was OK minus not very...
Written by OL101, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"I'm giving 4 stars because of the oysters"
When we reached the place we were a little surprised how empty the place was. Nevertheless we sat down because of the famous steamed oysters. They were...
Written by siuhang, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor Read more
"Nam kee: nam kee"
The price and the food are good but it can be crowded.usually i ask chinese tea with my foodbut dont know if that is still for free ...
Written by dila, 8 years ago on Virtualtourist Read more
"Nam Kee: Pretty good Chinese food"
I wasnt planning on eatting Chinese food in Amsterdam but we were walking around, got alittle lost, found ourselves in China Town, and food ourselves...
Written by malianrob, 10 years ago on Virtualtourist Read more
"Nam Kee: Since 1981"
Nam Kee is a collection of small real Chinese restaurants close to each other at Amstrdam''s Little China neighbourhood.
Written by pieter_jan_v, 10 years ago on Virtualtourist Read more
"Nam Kee: Noodle soup with dumplings :)"
Probably the most famous Chinese restaurant in Amsterdam (due to the book & movie "Oysters of Nam Kee) it is also one of the best.Located at Chinatown Nam...
Written by heryanta, 11 years ago on Virtualtourist Read more
"Guan Yin Shrine"
Favorite thing: This is Europe's first Buddhist traditional style temple completed in 2000Admission is free & on Sundays...
Written by jo104, 12 years ago on Virtualtourist Read more
"Kuan Yin Shrine"
Favorite thing: My favourite thing about Amsterdam is that no matter how often you visit, there is always something new...
Written by Mariajoy, 13 years ago on Virtualtourist Read more
"Nam Kee: Delicious Chinese food at reasonable prices"
The restaurant is rather small, but the food makes up for it..... d service is really fast, which is really cool when we're hungry.... at first glance,...
Written by l-e-z-ah, 14 years ago on Virtualtourist Read more
"Chinese Buddhism temple"
Favorite thing: unbelievable but true, you find a Chinese Buddhism temple build between 1998-2000,in the middle of the...
Written by MATIM, 15 years ago on Virtualtourist Read more