A converted tram depot is now home to this lively indoor food hall, with around 20 international street food stalls dishing up a bit of everything, from summer rolls at Viet View to Spanish jamon at Jabugo Bar Iberico to falafel plates at Maza. Also look for offshoots of popular local eateries, including The Butcher, with its wonderfully juicy flame-grilled burgers, and De Ballenbar for trendy takes on Dutch specialties, like gourmet bitterballen. Though lunchtime is less busy, it’s also far less fun, and you’ll miss out on the frequent free live music and DJs in the evenings. Aim to get there early to score a seat at the communal tables or a stool at one of the four bars, including one devoted to the favorite Dutch drink, gin and tonic, then tag-team to get your food. Be sure to save room for the delectable jewel-like French tarts at Petit Gateau.