- Vietnamese Loempia
First, a famous street food in the Netherlands that has Vietnamese name dish: Vietnamese Loempia. The only thing that is related to the word ‘Vietnamese’ in the dish’s name is that it is quite similar to the Vietnamese spring rolls. However, Vietnamese Loempia does not even come from Vietnam at all. The dish has a yellow-brown thick crust outside, and the filling is made of meat, shrimp, and pepper with mayonnaise sauce, ketchup or chili sauce.
For most Dutch people this is one of their specialties, especially on winter days when the snow starts to fall. In seafood areas in the market, it is easy to find pieces of hot, fresh fish soaked in fried bread which is very attractive.
- Patat – Dutch Fries
Fries is a snack that is familiar to everyone. And perhaps few people know that the world’s best fries are found at the small stalls on the streets of the Netherlands. Not only brings the aromatic flavor and attractive taste, Patat also has variations with pieces of fish, fried meat and accompanies by a choice between more than 22 different types of sauce.
In the shape of cheese sticks – another familiar kind of snack, croquette is a favorite street food of many tourists because there are more than 100 different types of filling made from meat, fish, cheese, vegetables,…
Can be easily found anywhere, from a freezer in supermarkets to snack stalls along the city’s streets. Bitterballen is a fried meatball dish that has a crispy crust outside, and the extremely soft filling inside. This dish is served with a slightly spicy mustard. Having a beer while enjoying bitterballen is absolutely a wonderful experience to anyone.
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