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Chabad Amsterdam South (ZUIDAS) and Chabad on Campus are located in the center of Amsterdam South in close proximity of the Amsterdam World Trade Center, RAI Congress Centre, head offices of the ING bank and of the ABN Amro Bank and easily accessible by car, bike and public transportation. 
    
Chabad Amsterdam South (Zuidas) and Chabad on Campus serves local residents, students as well as visiting business people & professionals. Are you visiting Amsterdam as a tourist we are honored to refer you to the Chabad Amsterdam Tourist Centre which is located in the Center of Amsterdam.

Please find below all information about synagogues, kosher restaurants, bakeries and stores in Amsterdam.

Rimon Deli

Bakery and Supermarket

Address: Kastelenstraat 69 Amsterdam - Buitenveldert
Tel: +31 (0) 20 6 447 567

Bakery, dairy delicatessen, kosher supermarket (dry goods, meat, dairy and frozen products)

Type of Bakery:

Baked goods, cakes, sandwiches and toasts

Opening Hours:

Sunday to Thursday: 

09:00 – 17:00 

Friday: Food for shabbat can be bought on Fridays or catered to hotels.

Transport:

Tram: 5 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop
Metro: 51 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop
Bus: 62 - Van Heenvlietlaan stop

info@laromme.nl


Mouwes

Grocery, Coffee corner

Adress: Kastelenstraat 261 Amsterdam

Tel: +31 (0)20 6610180


Opening Hours:
Sunday:  10:00 – 18:00
Monday to Thursday:  09:00 – 18:00
Friday: 07:30 – 14:00


info@mouwes.nl

www.mouwes.nl











Marcus

Butcher 

Address: Kastelenstraat 111, Amsterdam
Tel: 31 (0) 20 662 43 02


Butcher - fresh and frozen products, and a selection of other kosher products 

 

Opening Hours:

Wednesday: 9:00 - 17:00

Thursday: 08:30 – 17:00

Friday: 9:00 - 13:00 

 

Transport:

Tram: 5 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop 
Metro: 51 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop 
Bus: 354 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop 
Bus: 62 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop


For more info:  www.slagerijmarcus.nl


HaCarmel Restaurant

Address: Amstelveenseweg 224 Amsterdam 

Tel: 31 (0) 20 6 757 636

   

Type of Restaurant:

Israeli restaurant – meat and fish

   

Opening Hours:
Sunday to Thursday: 14:00 - 22:00

   

Transport:
Tram: 2, 16 Haarlemmermeerstation stop
Bus: 15, 62, 142, 170, 172 Haarlemmermeerstation stop





Golan Grill

Golan Kosher restaurant 

Address: Kastelenstraat 265 Amsterdam - Buitenveldert 
Tel: 31 (0) 20 4 044 208

   

Type of Restaurant:

Meat Restaurant – Israeli style

   

Opening Hours:   

Sunday to Thursday: 12:00 – 21:00
Friday: 12:00 – 14:00
   

Transport: 

Tram: 5 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop
Metro: 51 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop
Bus: 354 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop
Bus: 62 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop

Machane Yehuda

Type of Restaurant:

Meat Restaurant – Israeli style


Adress: In the Chabad House at Albert Cuypstraat 165 Amsterdam


Please note: Due to the unusual situation we are currently in, the Mahane Yehuda restaurant will be closed until further notice. You can order in advance kosher food ready to eat at: +31612177038







Meat Me Kosher

Type of Restaurant:

Meat Restaurant – Israeli style


Phone: 020 354 1744


Adress: Kastelenstraat 65, 1083CC Amsterdam










Pizza en Co.

Address: Kastelenstraat 105a Amsterdam - Buitenveldert 

Tel: 31 (0) 20 4 044 453

  

Type of Restaurant:

Pizza, chips

  

Opening Hours: 

Sunday to Thursday: 09:00 – 21:30

Transport:

Tram: 5 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop
Metro: 51 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop
Bus: 354 - Van Boshuizenstraat stop
Bus: 62 - Van Nijenrodeweg stop



Supermarkets with Kosher departments

Several Kosher products can be purchased* in shops from certain chains around the country, like Lidl, AH, Jumbo.

Buitenveldert:
- Jumbo Kastelenstraat (there is a big department, including frozen food items.)

In the center: 
Jumbo: Stadhouderskade 93, 1073 AV Amsterdam

*Be careful with fruit and vegetables from Israel because of Trumot and Maasrot, and with Orlah by fruit.

- Pasta: Generally permissible (as long as it doesn't contains eggs).

- Fruit juices that are 100% natural are permissible, but make sure they don’t contain grapes (called "Druiven" in Dutch)


Please click on the Kashrut-list from the Rabbinate of the Netherlands (available in Dutch and English only).

Dairy products that appear on this list are not Cholov Yisroel. Kosher bread can only be found in the kosher stores.