there is more than Krachts to the capital of the Netherlands
If you are a little out of the center near Vondelpark don´t miss the small Kaaswinkel (cheeseshop) Kaasdomijn on Overtoom 464A. They have a very fine cheese assortment and will answer you every question you might have. They are also one of the sellers of cheese made by Delicaas, the passionate cheesemaker Dewi van Lieshout. Open Tuesday-Saturday 9:30am-6pm. [googlemaps]
Kaas en Zo
Kaas en Zo might be a franchise formulated company with more than 20 stores dotted over the dutch territory, nevertheless it makes every cheese-lovers heart beat a little faster. This one is located in Amsterdams Zuid quarter on Beethovenstraat 31 and is open 7(!) days a week. They have a great offer of Dutch cheeses but most likely can also come up with your loved ones from home . Kaas en Zo naturally doesn´t miss out on offering plenty of other things you might need for your evening cheese platter such as nuts, dried fruit, olives and wine – enjoy! [googlemaps]
It´s a little dynasty the Tromp family managed to establish over the past 50 years and they have shops in all over Holland. Let alone in Amsterdam there are three, all with passionate cheesemongers that let you taste plenty and help you find the cheese that is your perfect match.
Kaashuis Tromp on Maasstraat 22 near the Amstelkanaal in Rivierenbuurt, open all day Mon-Sat [googlemaps]
Kaashuis Tromp on Elandsgracht 27, open Mon-Sat 8am-8pm and Sunday from 8am-6pm [googlemaps]
Kaashuis Tromp on Utrechtsestraat 90 near the Magere Brug, also open 7 days a week. [googlemaps]