Sunday, July 17, 2011

Tough time choosing

It was hard for me to pick which place to talk about first, an equally difficult pick is deciding when to go to Bazar. Will it be breakfast, lunch, or dinner? The choice is difficult as all of the above are good and the menu has a lot to offer. In Amsterdam, Bazar is located in an old synagogue on the Albert Cuyp and serves North African and Middle-Eastern food. The place is big and incredibly loud, so I definitely wouldn't recommend it if you are looking for a quiet intimate dinner. Service can also be quite slow and table bookings aren't 100% error proof, but despite all of that, if you are looking for a special setting with a casual feeling to it with generous and tasty portions, then this is your place!

As I mentioned the menu is vast but my obsession is the Tavuk Sis Kebab, which comes with a curry mayo that is delish!  The mornings are far more quiet and relaxed and you won't be able to eat for the rest of the day.

Here's me having a tough time choosing....

Ambiance: ****
Location: *****

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