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“More for locals except for the cheap eats”
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Dapper Markt
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed 18 June 2014

Tram 3 and 9 passes by this area if you want to take a look. Merchandise is mostly for local consumption - cheap clothes, houseware, the occasional cheese vendor, fresh meats and produce. If you're looking for cheap souvenirs, you're better off at Albert Cuyp.

However, if you want to see the multi-ethnic side of Amsterdam, this is the place to go. Unfortunately, there isn't much in terms of market stalls selling ethnic dishes, though there are restaurants in the area serving Turkish, Middle Eastern and Surinamese cuisine. Cheap eats can still be had - there's a fried seafood stall, a doner stall and grilled chicken vendor who sells the unspiciest peri-peri chicken wings (at least the kip pieces are fresh and juicy).

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Reviewed 11 June 2014

You get everything that you may want at a bargain. PeoPle from all over the world are selling their wares. From vegetables to clothes , cheese and chocolates, needles and threads, shoes and socks. Its quite amazing. i think it caters to the low income grouPs because thinks are easier on the Pocket than in the city center. You can reach this lace by metro , most convenient. Don't forget to go to Boers to buy cheese . If you go early it is not very crowded.

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Reviewed 9 April 2014

This is a very local market, with many different types of shopper. There aren't any antiques but there are bargains to be had. I went looking for fabric and found some amazing selections and some cut price guttermann threads.
There are loads of eating establishments there too. We checked out the turkish pizza cafe where they did me an amazing breakfast even though it was 2.35pm. There are a good selection of cheeses here so don't pay for the overpriced stuff in the city centre

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Reviewed 10 February 2014

This market is reached from several trams. Catch a 14 if you want to walk down from one end. Catch a 9 to walk down to the middle. There are other trams at the far end too. Plenty cheap fruit and veg, cheese, bread, clothes, pots, pans etc...a real mixed market. Plus food stalls. On side streets there are also cafes.

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