Although this cellar pancake house feels a bit like a tourist trap, especially given its close location to the throngs of visitors at the Anne Frank House, it serves scores of authentic Dutch pancakes and omelettes and that’s pretty much it. In other words, a very simple, yet popular concept. Each of its marble-topped tables has a big ceramic bucket of local syrup with a wooden spoon as well as a container of powdered sugar, the walls are covered in Amsterdam memorabilia and the low timber ceilings are simply charming, but the aroma of pancakes on the griddle can be a little overwhelming by the kitchen. Order them with bacon, onions and cheese, with ice cream and cinnamon or dozens of other toppings either sweet or savoury. Tea, coffee, wine, beer and spirits are also available and the service is friendly.