Cafe de Prins is to be found on one of the most beautiful stretches of the Prinsengracht. Across from the Westerkerk (Western Church) and the Anne Frank house, on the edge of the Jordaan, it is surrounded by history. This former coffee and teashop became Cafe de Prins in 1967. Since then the Prins has grown into a veritable Amsterdam institution, becoming an acknowledged meeting point for craftspeople, students and artists, for local residents and tourists, for young and old.
Although the Prins has retained its typical ":brown cafe": character, its kitchen has become one of its most important features in recent years. In this delightfully atmospheric and elegant canal house - and in the summer months also outside on its waterside terrace - from ten in the morning to ten in the evening, guests choose from an extensive menu offering a whole range of possibilities from a simple snack to a fine dinner.
Prinsengracht 124, 1015 EA Amsterdam, Netherlands