The mother of all Dutch fast food can be found on this side street off of Rembrandtplein. Catering to people with lower incomes, Van Dobben has become a household name in the Netherlands with its large selection of frozen products that are available at supermarkets throughout the country. Although the classic ragoût croquette on a bun is its speciality, the menu has an extensive sampling of other sandwiches. The interior is typically Dutch like what a 1950s diner is to the Americans or a milk bar to the Polish. Don't forget to add some Dijon mustard to whatever deep-fried treat you try to round out your Dutch 'dining' experience.