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Burgermeester

Even though they don’t serve French Fries at Burgermeester (Dutch for mayor), they do serve the most delicious burgers! Think burgers with Blonde d’Aquitaine beef and truffle, lamb with red onion compote, wild duck with Chinese cabbage, salmon with grilled asparagus and lemon mayonnaise… Or the vegetarian burger with falafel and grilled vegetables — all of them super tasty, and accompanied by potatoes, corn on the cob or salad, fresh fruit juices or milkshakes.
Even though the food is upscale, the setting is definitely super relaxed, like a fast food joint ought to be. Meaning food is served quickly, and kids crawling over benches won’t be a bother!
Best of all? All the deli burgers come in mini varieties — perfect for little tummies (or big tummies that like to try them all)!

Burgermeester has 3 locations:

Pijp:
Albert Cuypstraat 48
1072 CV Amsterdam
tel: 020 6709339
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Jordaan:
Elandsgracht 130
1016 VB Amsterdam
tel: 020 4236225
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Near Artis:
Plantage Kerklaan 37
1018 CV Amsterdam
tel: 020 4280211
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Open daily from 12:00 to 23:00
email: mail@burgermeester.eu


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Dina
July 10, 2010

I had the Falafel burger here and it was amazing. perfect place to take kids.


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