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  • Tonight we're in Amsterdam, we're on a food tour.

  • Tonight I'm joined by the one and only Amsterdam Foodie.

  • Vicky Hampton is Amsterdam's premier food blogger and I'm so happy to have you with me.

  • Ah, Thanks you for the glowing introduction.

  • It's wet, it's rainy, it's a little bit cold, but where there's food there's happiness.

  • Here we go!

  • I'm a big fan of a food tour that starts with dessert.

  • What you guys are going to try is two different kinds of choux

  • One is filled with vanilla, strawberry and rose and the other with lemon cream.

  • Oh, this is so nice.

  • That was My Little Patisserie, it's a new French patisserie that's opened up in Amsterdam.

  • It's amazing. It was good right?

  • It was really delicious and I'm not a sweet tooth person, but it was fantastic.

  • But it wasn't that sweet. It was kind of subtle, right? Yeah.

  • There's a lot of Indonesian food in Amsterdam.

  • We're at an Indonesian and we're about to have the rijsttafel.

  • A rijsttafel is kind of a rice table with various food options.

  • We've got an amazing selection of Indonesian food.

  • It looks absolutely delicious.

  • I've already started. You've already finished almost.

  • This is one of the most multi-cultural areas in Amsterdam.

  • We're going to place that does Croatian and Serbian Food.

  • Kind of weird, kind of unexpected.

  • Ah, it's a cool place.

  • What are we eating tonight?

  • You're eating polenta with mascarpone, sundried tomato and paprika.

  • With some grated Parmigiano.

  • It's garlicky and delicious.

  • Chocolate heaven, it looks like.

  • 72% dark chocolate?

  • Aw, that's good huh?

  • What a quaint little place. The food was amazing.

  • The polenta tart was my favourite thing on the tour so far.

  • If you're a chocoholic, like me, then the chocolate tart with the marscarpone centre, 72% dark chocolate, was unbelievable.

  • So good that he got half of it on his face.

  • I did have half of it on my face.

  • Thank you for pointing it out. I would have had it the whole night otherwise.

  • I got it all over my face. Again!

  • Wonderful. The best kind of food goes all over the face.

  • We're at one of the many Turkish supermarkets in Amsterdam, making an absolute pig of ourselves.

  • We're having some delicious Turkish food.

  • I managed to get most of it on my chin, but it really is nice.

  • Your mom made all of that?

  • She makes amazing food. Do thank and complement her.

  • This is my kind of food tour, it never ends.

  • We just keep eating and eating. Great.

  • We're heading into a place that claims that they have the best fries in Amsterdam.

  • There's an article on the wall that says so.

  • We're going to go and check it out.

  • Oh, look at you Vicky. Two?

  • One is for me, I hope.

  • Give it here.

  • The best fries in Amsterdam look like this.

  • I don't have any hands so I'm.....

  • Vicky has kindly offered to dip one for me. That's really sweet of you.

  • It is Oorlog, mayonaise, penut sauce and raw onions.

  • Vicky, best chips of your life? Oh Hello. Yes!

  • We're at micro-brewery called Troost.

  • They've become increasingly popular in Amsterdam over the past few years.

  • Vicky is the beer master.

  • Well I'm not. You should speak to Awesome Amsterdam really.

  • This is the beer expert of Amsterdam.

  • So that's it for our Amsterdam food tour.

  • It's been absolutely amazing.

  • I've eaten a hell of a lot.

  • Did you enjoy the food?

  • Yes. It's been an epic amount of food.

  • See you next time. Bye.

  • You just splashed water on the camera. Oh <beep>

Tonight we're in Amsterdam, we're on a food tour.

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