Rotterdammers wait patiently in line for a portion of Sammy and Pebbles’ chips. These ladies source their potatoes straight from the farmers’ market so they can leave the skin on their hand-cut chips, which are fried in pure vegetable oil. The snack menu includes local specialities like croquettes made by renowned Netherlands’ butcher Piet van den Berg, and cheese croquettes by baker Van der Heijden. Freshly made ice cream is delivered every day by Ijssalon Crusio, a family business that has been operating for more than 100 years.

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