Turkish, Halal, Fast food, Grill, Vegetarian options
Open now 12PM-11PM
$$$$ Price range per person 11 €-20 €
Westermarkt 25, Amsterdam
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Rokin metro station
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Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

After a walk around Westertoren, many visitors stop by this fast food. Turkish cuisine is served at Sefa. Many visitors come here to try good chicken sandwiches, vegetarian falafel and falafel salads. At this place, the recipe of tasty baklava is a story that ends up with a really tasty meal. Here you may order delicious tonic, red ale or red bitter. Some clients recommend great ice tea, espresso coffee or ginger tea at this spot.

The great location of this fast food makes it easy to reach even in rush hours. A number of guests think that the staff is pleasant here. Sefa is remarkable for its fabulous service. From the guests' viewpoint, prices are fair. Enjoy the pretty atmosphere here. 4.4 is what this place got from the Google rating system.

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Khaled Essam
You are in Amsterdam and looking for a halal restaurant, here is the place to go, you can find a variety of eastern and western dishes all halal and in a reasonable price, the food was delicious and the service was quite nice.
Serena Rebbeca
I placed my order and it was cooked right in front of my eyes-fresh to perfection and a huge serving for the right price.The food took about 10 mins. to arrive to my table.I kid you not their lamb burger is one of the best burgers I have ever had.If you love lamb this place is must try.The pattie was huge, the meat was sooooo flavourful and fresh with perfect spices.
Brian K.
This is the story of how two idiot American tourists got everything wrong on a trip to Amsterdam right up to the date of departure, (set to rain all weekend) the airline, (delayed 7 hours) the airbnb, (featuring a broken toilet) and the timing of eating a space cake (which kicked in the moment we stepped foot into Anne Frank's house.) Since that infamous weekend to Amsterdam, Kaitlyn and I have learned to travel better and with far more advanced preparation. Well, at least Kaitlyn has. I now just follow her lead as she points to foreign subway maps and asks me in her best public school teacher voice: "Now, Brian. How many stops before we get off the train?" "Four?" "Look again. Which direction are we headed in?" "Forward?" Flash back to the two of us standing outside Anne Frank's house trying desperately to make the most of our evening now that we arrived too late to see any other museums before they closed.  "We only have tomorrow. The flight leaves too early on Sunday to see anything." Kaitlyn said, as she pulled her dripping hood closer to her forehead. "We've got to do this now. I just hope this space cake takes a while to kick in." It didn't. They say edible marijuana needs at least an hour to enter the digestive system, but thanks to the hippy magicians of Amsterdam, it took about ten minutes before I started pondering the existence of hamsters. The worst wave of the high kicked in somewhere around Anne Frank's childhood bathroom. Paranoid and cross-faded, I crouched like an umpire on the tiled floor and stared so intently at Anne Frank's bathtub, Japanese tourists started to gather around me and take pictures of the porcelain artifact as if it were a vital piece of European history. I still don't know what it was about that bathtub, but Kaitlyn and I have now concluded I remained swaying like a character from The Ring for about forty minutes staring at that thing. Though potent as all hell, the weed wasn't strong enough to numb us from the tragedy of Anne Frank's ultimate fate. Instead, we walked out of the museum tired, depressed, guilty, and painfully hankering for a hot meal. That, it seemed, was easier said than done. Short of the bustling prostitute-laden late night options of the red light district, Amsterdam is a bit of a sleepy town, and thanks to my bath tub time machine, it was now past 10pm. All nearby restaurants promptly closed at nine and to make matters worse, we quickly got lost in a remote part of town while stumbling back in the direction of our Airbnb. That's when it happened, the greatest of all late night food options: Sefa. I never knew Amsterdam had stellar Middle Eastern food options, no less a dinner as simple, delicious, and freshly cooked as a schawarma sandwich on a fresh pita with French fries, salad and a cold bottle of water. To hell with gourmet anything. When you're wet, exhausted, stoned, and thinking about the Holocaust, the greatest possible option is to walk up a flight of stairs with a red plastic tray full of delicious lamb and chicken sandwiches, and simply take a load off, throw some water back in that parched cotton mouth you gave yourself and regroup. Somehow, thanks to the complimentary Wi-Fi at Sefa, we routed our way back to the Airbnb. Amsterdam didn't seem so bad after that meal. And really, who cares about a weird toilet and a plane delay, anyway? Though we remained the idiot Americans that weekend, we were, it seems, fortunate enough to have the anagram on our side.
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Rokin metro station
Westermarkt 25, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
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TuesdayTue 12PM-11PM
WednesdayWed 12PM-11PM
ThursdayThu 12PM-11PM
FridayFri 12PM-11PM
SaturdaySat 12PM-11PM
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