24. Horse steak
Piet de Leeuw (address and info)
After the scandal broke that its steaks were actually made from horse meat, this decades-old family restaurant decided to embrace it. Though it serves beef, the according-to-many more flavorful horse steak is the real house specialty. Though not as common as it used to be, eating horse in Holland is totally not weird (you can pick it up at a standard butcher).
25. Wild boar croquettes with mustard
Pllek (address and info)
You can get the standard bitterballen in all their delicious (or disgusting, if your taste buds are broken) glory at any bar or febo. But these are so much more than standard. Plus, that watery view can’t be beat.
The Lobby (address and info)
The restaurant of Hotel V’s most central location is a pioneer in this Alsatian (that’s from Northern France, for the geographically impaired) pizza -- so that’s exactly what you should get when you go there. Served between noon and 10pm, the thin, crusty flatbread forgoes tomato sauce in favor of fresh and cheesy toppings, like smoked ham, peach, and walnuts or pumpkin, goat cheese, and sunflower seeds.