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No one can visit Amsterdam without sampling the unique fusion mix of Javanese and Surinamese cooking, served in simple "warung" canteens. For a first taste, nothing beats one of the oldest of these eateries, Warung Spang Makandra, which has been serving delicious food at budget prices since 1979. Here you can feast off Indonesian rijstaffel favourites – a mountain of steamed rice with satay, beef rendang, vegetables marinated in coconut – a roti with spicy chicken curry, "broodjes", hearty Surinamese sandwiches stuffed with lamb, "tempeh", a cake of fermented soya beans, or devilled eggs. Spang Makandra is tucked away down a sidestreet of the Pijp neighbourhood, where dozens of reasonably priced restaurants offer everything from Tunisian to Turkish, Chinese to Lebanese, Spanish to Indian.Gerard Doustraat 39; +31 20 670 5081, spangmakandra.nl; mains around €8

John Burton, The Guardian
Saturday 19 February 2011

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Gerard Doustraat 39
1072 VK  Amsterdam
Telefoon 020 - 670 50 81
Openingstijden MA-ZA 11:00 - 22:00
ZO 13:00 - 22:00

Spang Nieuw-West

Spangmakandra nieuwwest

Tussenmeer 227
1069 DN  Amsterdam
Telefoon 020 - 610 27 11
Openingstijden MA-ZA 11:00 - 22:00

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Boerhaaveplein 3
1091 DH  Amsterdam
Telefoon 020 - 412 95 95
Openingstijden MA-ZA 11:00 - 22:00
ZO 13:00 - 22:00

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