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Ted’s Place, Amsterdam

October 21, 2015
Ted's Amsterdam
Amsterdam West has slowly transformed itself into a haven of fantastic coffee bars and brunch places.  While I am usually loyal to places like Staring at Jacob when I’m in this neck of the wood, I’d heard good things about Ted’s, known for its brunches and high teas and so decided to give it a go.
Ted’s is located on a very pretty residential tree-lined street, where sitting outside on their terrace in the autumn sun is a real treat.  The interiors are very pretty, white and light and the perfect place for a girlie brunch or high tea.  It is clearly a neighbourhood cafe, pleasantly busy on a Saturday morning.
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Ted's Amsterdam
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As we may have consumed a little too much the night before, our main aim was to re-hydrate before ambling along Amsterdam’s famous canals and doing some window shopping in the Nine Streets.  At one point our table was filled with three glasses per person: a coffee, a juice and a glass of their excellent (and complimentary) flavoured (lemon/mint) water.  The perfect hangover cure.
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Ted's Amsterdam
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On the food side, I tucked into a French toast and bacon combo which totally sorted me out.  Two of the girls enjoyed sharing a pastrami sandwich and salmon omelette.  Amber was sadly a bit disgruntled as her eggs and solders didn’t quite make the cut, and the toast she asked for never appeared.
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Ted's Amsterdam
Ted's Amsterdam
Ted's Amsterdam
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That aside, if you’re in the area this is a very affordable and cosy neighbourhood hang out, and a lovely place to start the weekend.
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Ted’s
Bosboom Toussaintstraat 60,
1054 AV Amsterdam
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Photo credit: Ted’s own
Instagram: my own

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