Hidden place in beautiful Amsterdam. I’d never been here before, but my friend did and she said we had to go there when we were near, so we did.
Inside it’s a bit small, quiet, but outside it feels a bit magical, like I said: hidden . I’d rather enjoy my cup of hot choco outside I think, so that I can secretly sneak on other people walking around there hihi.
My lovely jumper is from the brand Vilshenko, the patterns are really beautiful and it keeps me warm without being prickly, as knitted woollen sweaters usually do. I have this thing with clothing, that it always has to ‘feel’ good. Had this since I was a little girl, so basically always. When it didn’t feel good (a top that was too short, a stitch that itched, a sweater that was prickly, trousers that were too tight, etc.) I didn’t wear it. Period. And I still have that. I can feel horrible, from the bottom of my heart, when wearing something that isn’t cosy and comfortable. So: it has to feel good and luckily this sweater does.
A few days later
I went to one of my favorite places in Amsterdam –funny enough, she was there as well, with her date (and I could meet him). It’s called Thrill Grill and is founded by Robert Kranenburg. Usually I’m not really fond of spending my money on hamburgers and fries, I mean. I could buy a burger and some bread and make it my own for less. But the quality, ambiance and just the whole experience there are amazing. I always go to the restaurant in the Pijp and I never leave disappointed. That night they launched their new vegan burger in collaboration with a vegan blogger, so to support both them and her, I stopped by to try it out. My opinion? Need to try!
Zara Larsson lippies, who agrees?!
The fun thing about Thrill Grill is that you can go for a ‘normal’-meat-burger, but instead of the meat, you could ask them to prepare a beyond-meat-burger, which is a veggie/vegan option. And to be honest? You don’t taste the difference, so I usually go for that option. Especially the ‘normal’ burger with avocado and the beyond-meat-burger are DE-LISHHH.
So, if you’re ever near the Pijp and you have cravings for good food: go there.