Foodhallen


A unique addition to culinary Amsterdam: the international indoor food market the ‘Foodhallen’

Experience different food concepts and cuisines in a historical venue in Amsterdam

The ‘Foodhallen’ opened in ‘De Hallen Amsterdam’ – a newly renovated tram depot – in October 2014. The concept was inspired by indoor food markets like the ‘Torvehallerne’ in Copenhagen, ‘Mercado de San Miguel’ in Madrid and the ‘Borough Market’ in London. Wander around in the large loft-like space of the ‘Foodhallen’ and discover the very best “culinary Amsterdam” has to offer. Various hospitality concepts will serve a selection of small (signature) dishes for locals and tourists to enjoy. With over 20 different stalls, varying from Michelin star concepts to international ‘streetfoods’, the Amsterdam ‘Foodhallen’ will become an international foodie-hotspot like no other.

The ‘Foodhallen’ is one of the few international indoor food markets in the Netherlands where a large variety of hospitality brands will offer a selection of small dishes to enjoy indoors. Guests are able to enjoy the signature dishes of over twenty carefully selected restaurateurs. Enjoy the best vegetarian sushi made with only healthy and biological products, or order a classis dish with prime entrecote, salad and French fries. The ‘Foodhallen’ has something for everyone; try the infamous hamburger from the well-known Amsterdam burger bar ‘The Butcher’ and top it of with a healthy dessert from the frozen yoghurt brand ‘Yogen Früz’. Inspired by international food markets such as the Borough Market in London, Mercado de San Miguel in Madrid and Chelsea Market in New York, The ‘Foodhallen’ not only brings international cuisines, but also cosmopolitan allure to Amsterdam.

 

 

The ‘Foodhallen’ is situated in an old tram depot that has been completely renovated and converted into ‘De Hallen Amsterdam’ in the Amsterdam West district. This historical building houses several companies including a cinema, hotel, TV studio, library, crafts centre, cultural organization and culinary concepts: ‘Brasserie Halte 3’, ‘West Meat’ and the ‘Foodhallen’. During construction great emphasis was put on preserving the historical elements and effectively using industrial elements, space and light. An impressive passage functions as the connection between the different halls. As the building features a large parking lot and bike storage, it is also easily accessible by public transport as well as by bike and car (taxi).

The concept for the ‘Foodhallen’ stemmed from a larger hospitality plan by four passionate entrepreneurs. All of which have a professional background in the Food&Beverage industry and business, and now joined forces to create three completely unique concepts called: ‘Brasserie Halte 3’, restaurant ‘Meat West’ and the ‘Foodhallen’. ‘Brasserie Halte 3 – a hip and casual lunch and dinner spot – opened in August 2014, whereas Meat West – a trendy and fine meat restaurant – opened in September 2014.

Foodhallen


A unique addition to culinary Amsterdam: the international indoor food market the ‘Foodhallen’

Experience different food concepts and cuisines in a historical venue in Amsterdam

The ‘Foodhallen’ opened in ‘De Hallen Amsterdam’ – a newly renovated tram depot – in October 2014. The concept was inspired by indoor food markets like the ‘Torvehallerne’ in Copenhagen, ‘Mercado de San Miguel’ in Madrid and the ‘Borough Market’ in London. Wander around in the large loft-like space of the ‘Foodhallen’ and discover the very best “culinary Amsterdam” has to offer. Various hospitality concepts will serve a selection of small (signature) dishes for locals and tourists to enjoy. With over 20 different stalls, varying from Michelin star concepts to international ‘streetfoods’, the Amsterdam ‘Foodhallen’ will become an international foodie-hotspot like no other.

The ‘Foodhallen’ is one of the few international indoor food markets in the Netherlands where a large variety of hospitality brands will offer a selection of small dishes to enjoy indoors. Guests are able to enjoy the signature dishes of over twenty carefully selected restaurateurs. Enjoy the best vegetarian sushi made with only healthy and biological products, or order a classis dish with prime entrecote, salad and French fries. The ‘Foodhallen’ has something for everyone; try the infamous hamburger from the well-known Amsterdam burger bar ‘The Butcher’ and top it of with a healthy dessert from the frozen yoghurt brand ‘Yogen Früz’. Inspired by international food markets such as the Borough Market in London, Mercado de San Miguel in Madrid and Chelsea Market in New York, The ‘Foodhallen’ not only brings international cuisines, but also cosmopolitan allure to Amsterdam.

 

 

The ‘Foodhallen’ is situated in an old tram depot that has been completely renovated and converted into ‘De Hallen Amsterdam’ in the Amsterdam West district. This historical building houses several companies including a cinema, hotel, TV studio, library, crafts centre, cultural organization and culinary concepts: ‘Brasserie Halte 3’, ‘West Meat’ and the ‘Foodhallen’. During construction great emphasis was put on preserving the historical elements and effectively using industrial elements, space and light. An impressive passage functions as the connection between the different halls. As the building features a large parking lot and bike storage, it is also easily accessible by public transport as well as by bike and car (taxi).

The concept for the ‘Foodhallen’ stemmed from a larger hospitality plan by four passionate entrepreneurs. All of which have a professional background in the Food&Beverage industry and business, and now joined forces to create three completely unique concepts called: ‘Brasserie Halte 3’, restaurant ‘Meat West’ and the ‘Foodhallen’. ‘Brasserie Halte 3 – a hip and casual lunch and dinner spot – opened in August 2014, whereas Meat West – a trendy and fine meat restaurant – opened in September 2014.