Amsterdam is a multicultural city, and the dining scene here combines both traditional Dutch and international flavours. There are fifteen Michelin starred restaurants, but there’s no need to get star-struck, as the city is full of great dining options for all budgets. To get into the Dutch spirit, sample the traditional snacks on offer from streetside vendors such as frites with mayonnaise, or a very Dutch frikandel: a fried mince-meat hot dog. Another popular local lunch is Pannekoek - the Dutch version of a pancake. At night, check out the city’s bar scene. Beer lovers will enjoy the Heineken Brewing Experience in the original Heineken brewery, before sampling other local craft ales nearby. Mingle with the locals at one of Amsterdam’s many wood panelled ‘brown cafe’ bars, or do a spot of people watching in the converted warehouse venues of the hip Plantage and Oost areas.