Lanskroon is famous for its crispy, king-size syrup waffles (stroopwafels)
An institute in Amsterdam - famous for its delicious king-size honey syrup waffles.
Lanskroon is actually a bakery with a small sitting area where you can sit and enjoy your sweet or savoury pastries with a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate. In the morning they even serve freshly baked croissants for a small breakfast.
During the winter months they also sell the traditional Dutch oliebollen, a fried pastry - made of dough - with nuts, raisins and rum.
In the summer they sell summer ice cream and sorbets.
Lanskroon has several vegan and gluten-free pastries.
It is known for decades for its fantastic stroopwafels, even before they became popular with tourists. They fresh-baked, crispy and large.
Stroopwafels (or syrup waffles) come in 3 types: with honey, coffee & caramel, and figs.
Lanskroon is situated in on the Singel canal in the centre of Amsterdam, just around the corner from Spui square. Take the small Heisteeg alley right from Café Hoppe to get there.