Shops and markets in Amsterdam - Food
Supermarkets

Albert HeijnYou can do your grocery shopping in Amsterdam at one of the different supermarkets in the city centre. One you will find on every other corner is the Albert Heijn supermarket. The AH is the more expensive and luxurious of the lot. The huge AH Food Plaza behind Dam Square ( Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 226) is open every day, including Sundays, from 8am to 10pm.

DirkA more affordable one is Dirk. Generally regarded as the cheaper supermarket, they also have a drugstore and an off-licence. Other good places are Aldi, or, for the real penny pincher, Lidl. Aldi is also known for occassional steap offers on Fruits and Veggieselectronics and things like computer hardware, for which people sometimes queue for hours. Lidl is a fairly new supermarket chain in Holland, originally German, and ridiculously cheap. This also means products can still be in boxes on the floor, and there is not as much choice, but hey, it's cheap!

Albert Heijn:

Central locations & open on Sundays: Elandsgracht 13 A, Haarlemmerdijk 1, Jodenbreestraat 2, Koningsplein 4,
Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 226 ( behind Dam square), Van Baerlestraat 33a and Vijzelstraat 113
Opening hours and directions: Visit the Albert Heijn website 1. At 'Woonplaats' fill in Amsterdam, 2. Click on 'zoeken' 3. In the next page click 'zoek' again. You will find a list of the AH shops, maps and opening hours)

Dirk:

Central locations: Marie Heinekenplein 25
Open: Mon-Fri 8am-9pm, Sat 8am-8pm, Sundays closed
Directions: Take tram 16, 24 or 25, stop at M. Heinekenplein

Aldi:

Central location: Nieuwe Weteringstraat 24 – 28 ( Vijzelgracht)
Open: Mon 11am-6pm, Tues 8.30am-6pm, Wed 8.30am-6pm, Thurs 8.30am-6?, Fri 8.30am-6?
Sat 8.30am-4pm
Directions:

Lidl
Central location: Hemonylaan 25
Open: Mon-Fri 8.30am – 8pm, Sat 6 pm
Directions: Tram 4, stop: Stadhouderskade

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