Amsterdam has an immense amount of cafes, restaurants and juice bars, making it easy to stumble across places to eat around every corner. Known to locals as De Negen Straatjes or ‘The Nine Streets”, this quaint neighborhood is filled to the brim with vintage shops, designer stores, and cozy cafes and Pluk was one of them. Pluk is a charming cafe that would appeal to the health-conscious foodies as well as individuals like myself ‘attempting to be healthy’.
I visited Amsterdam for my third time (that tells you how much I love the place) with two of my friends for three days. Amsterdam is well known for the Red-Light District, canals, charming houses, and the cities ‘local delicacy’ that can be found in the coffee-shops. While there is a never-ending selection of things to do in Amsterdam, the most rewarding is definitely the food it has to offer!
Paradise Unbakery is an adorable cafe situated in North West London, which is one minute walk from Kensal Rise Overground and approximately ten minutes from Kensal Green/Queens Park. It is an independent cafe which makes visiting it even more worthwhile.
Hi, my name is Carmelita but everyone calls me Carms.
I’m that girl who will go for seconds, thirds and sometimes fourth helpings!
I get a kick out of eating, but don’t we all! I would love to have an impressive story about my ancestors being chefs or culinary masters, but they are just good old home cooks like the rest of us ‘normal’ folks.