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A typical Dutch fast food outletAmsterdam
A wall of krokets
All the FEBO outlets feature the same thing: I’m talking about the famous wall, which tourists find so intriguing, with mouthed compartments in which you’ll find fried food for sale. Slide one of them open and take out a cheese soufflé, a breadcrumbed chicken kebab or a ragout kroket (deep fried, breadcrumbed ragout), which is a national speciality. It’s fast, cheap and so popular that the Dutch have created an expression especially for this type of food, which translates as “eating from the wall”.
All over the city
With 23 outlets in Amsterdam (and more than 200 in the Netherlands), you can’t miss FEBO. Some of these are open air and have chip shops as well as the well-stocked snack wall, while others have a small area where you can sit down to eat in peace. And as FEBO always shuts late (usually 10 pm, 3 am in the city centre and sometimes even 6 am at weekends), when you’re walking around at night you need never be hungry again !
I’m the mother of two supercharged children. I’ve also been living a great love affair with Holland for the past 20 years! I’ll take you to places in Amsterdam that will make you feel good, where the products and the welcome are high quality and where, most importantly, you’ll never stress out. Ready to go?