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The Dutch love coffee (preferably with a cream cake) so there are plenty of places where you can drink coffee or tea. High tea is perhaps not as popular as in the UK, but there are quite a few places where you can order tea with sweet and savoury snacks.
For lunch, Dutch people often eat a filled roll. Try a roll with kroket, a real Dutch product of meat ragout with a crispy crust. Pancakes and poffertjes also have a place in the typical Dutch cuisine. Poffertjes [very small pancakes] are eaten smothered in icing sugar and topped with a lump of butter.
With a Tourist Day Ticket you enjoy unlimited travel by bus, tram, metro and waterbus throughout the South Holland Rotterdam & The Hague region for a fixed price for a whole day.
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