Visited one evening and went back the next.Gets quite busy as not overly large.Good choice of beers.Recommend Kwak and Duval .Beer c5€ each.
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A popular small bar in a prime location. Usuallu very busy. Staff efficient and with a good selection of beers. Highly recommended in a number of guide books with good reason. Has that authentic brown cafe feel that certainly makes it worth a visit
Stepped into this tiny pub because of the sign outside advertising lots of craft and unusual beers; we weren’t disappointed. The bar woman was extremely knowledgable and friendly and we had some flights of 4 beers to taste a variety of different drinks. They don’t...More
What a great find. They stocked my favourite beer and the bar staff knew about the beers they had draft and in bottles. Couple the great selection of ale with a cosy and friendly atmosphere made this a place where we returned nearly every evening...More
Just accidentally came across this place and went back for more. Newly refurbished with new fridges. Great selection of beer on tap and in bottles. Even had my favourite; which is rare. Lovely, friendly, relaxed atmosphere and very friendly bar man. Had a great conversation...More
Stopped in on a whim. Only meant to have one beer and then move on, but Jonathon was amazing. If you're an American tourist, go see if he's there. We talked music, politics (in a good way) and beer, both American and local to Amsterdam....More
It is a fine bar with plenty of beer to choose from and the bar tenderete was very friendly. I definitely did not like the carpets on the tables, instead of proper table cloths, or even better, no cloth at all. The carpets on the...More
Great bartender, cozy atmosphere, tiny and old. Lots of beers available and great music playing. On the edge of the red light district.
Nipped in here for a swift lager. The name means Eleventh Commandment. It has a delightfully old-fashioned feel with religious nicknacks - mostly Trappist monks - adorning the walls and shelves. Thought this place was more of a pub than a restaurant.