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Cafe 't Smalle, Amsterdam

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user reviews of Cafe 't Smalle, Amsterdam

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Pleasant classic Dutch 'brown cafe' with an even mix of visitors and locals. Your standard 25cl was Eu2.75 so roughly around £5.50 a pint. There is a little gallery with some seats up pretty steep stairs towards the back. They do have other ales apart from the ubiquitous Heineken.
Snarling_Mallard - 11 Jul 2018 11:45
Wow, I can't believe how few reviews this place has. It's gorgeous, friendly and has a nice selection of beers.
Biggles - 27 Mar 2015 22:19
Heaven! A Goulden Carolus, some soup and watch the world go by!
jesuit - 10 Mar 2009 18:21
i am looking for the owner/manager of this pub/cafe
please get in touch with me via the email i used it is regarding a package you sent to England ( YORK)

Regards Pam
zanadu - 22 Dec 2007 10:03
Time-warp old brown bar with wonderful canalside setting, in a quieter part of town just 15 or so minutes walk away from the Damrak. Plenty of jenevers and a few decent beers including Belgian beers like Affligem on draught. Nice timber interior, stained glass, an old James Ritchie & Son clock, spirits casks and seats outside. Also does food.
owenowen - 29 Jun 2006 16:43
What a wonderful pub. Have visited several times and the beers are excellent.
smurfy33 - 21 Jan 2006 20:25
Lovely old cafe. Great choice of wines by the glass (very unusual for Amsterdam)in addition to the superb range of beers.
shakespiers - 12 Apr 2004 19:26

There was NO MUSIC in 't Smalle - the pub where I heard the music was the 2 Zwaanetjes, Prinsengracht, this was quite close to SMALLE. All the rest of the previous posting is correct - apologies for the error - Lee.
lad_newton - 30 Jul 2003 12:10
A small, local classic Amsterdam "brown cafe" close to the beautiful Prinsengracht canal. Dutch beers, such as Wieckse Witte, feature here, and the atmosphere rocks. During my visit of 21 March 2003 I enjoyed the beer to the accompaniment of live 60s & 70s hits from all over Europe played by a magnificent organist/singer. SUPERB!
Lee - - 29 Jul 2003 19:22

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