De Waag is a historical building constructed in the Fifteenth century. Though it was built as a Weigh house it has also served as the Amsterdam historical museum and Jewish historical museum. Later it was rented to Waag Society and they converted the building to a Restaurant. Today Waag is glorious for the Restaurant –Café which offers breakfast, lunch and dinner for tourists. The restaurant can be booked for special purpose like meetings, marriage etc. The main dishes served here for breakfast are the eggs with tomato and toast with fresh orange juices. The restaurant is popular for serving sea foods which makes it unique. The yummy Tagliatelle is a famous mouth watering dish which one should never miss and the price varies according to the season. But what makes the Restaurant really special is the ‘High tea’ which is of high quality and a favorite among regular visitors. The building is kept as it was built with only a few alterations such as a stair case and few jewelry decorations. The restaurants have adopted a combination of nostalgia and elegance for designing the interior.
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How to Reach:
By Metro: Central Station is the nearest metro.
By Tram: Take the tram lines 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 13, 16, 17, 24 and 25.
By Bus: Catch the buses 22, 32, 33, 34, 35 and 39.
Timings: The visiting time is 9: 00 am to 10: 30 pm on all days including the weekends.
Tickets: The admission is free.
Address: North Holland, Amsterdam."