Ree7, Amsterdam

front of a cute cafe in Amsterdam

The Place

The guys behind this lovely little lunchroom had a no frills approach to restaurant naming. Ree7 comes from the address, Reestraat 7.

The same laidback vibe makes this café a great place to hang out. Simple, contemporary décor. Quality food. And super friendly service.

I love popping into Ree7 Amsterdam for breakfast, grabbing a table inside or out on the street. Or just running in for a takeaway coffee.

The Neighbourhood

You’ll find Ree7 Amsterdam in the central Nine Streets district, surrounded by canals. Around the corner from the Pulitzer hotel and also a nearby neighbour to venues including Soho House and Kessens.  

A Good Shout for…

Breakfast, lunch or a moreish sweet treat.

The Best Bits

  • The wonderful smell of freshly baked bread that greets you as you open the door. Ree7 Amsterdam is rightly famed for its homemade bread, cakes and pies. And it feels like you’re stepping into somebody’s kitchen as you walk inside.
  • The food. Delicious cakes, pies, sandwiches and salads. Serving breakfast and lunch menus (as well as home roasted coffee), it’s the perfect daytime pit stop.
  • The very ‘grammable milkshakes, piled high with a structurally unsound collection of naughty toppings. Calories don’t count when you’re on holiday, right?
  • Chatting to the staff. Every time I’ve visited Ree7 Amsterdam, everyone has been really happy to chat and share their local recommendations.
inside of the Ree7 cafe in Amsterdam
amazing banana bread at Ree7 in Amsterdam
inside of the Ree7 cafe in Amsterdam
inside of the Ree7 cafe in Amsterdam
inside of the Ree7 cafe in Amsterdam

Ree7 was one of my favourite finds in Amsterdam. To see more, head to the I Was Here page. Here you’ll discover a roundup of the best restaurants, cafés and culture spots in town, all tried and tested by yours truly. 

And if you fancy deep-diving into a new destination, head over to the Mr Globetrotter blog. It’s packed with hotel reviews and insider travel tips for luxe adventures the whole world over.

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