Gallery: Cute Organic Bakery in Amsterdam Boasts Recycled Shipping Pall...

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De Laatste Kruimel café (The Last Crumb) is a cozy and friendly spot located in the heart of Amsterdam that serves the most delicious organic sandwiches, scones and cakes in the city. It is owned by Pavel and Ivelina — a couple from Bulgaria — and boasts an eco-friendly interior design featuring colanders as lampshades and plenty of recycled pallet furniture.

De Laatste Kruimel opened early last year and is a great little spot for enjoying delicious homemade organic food like classic lemon poppy seed scones. Its central feature is a pay desk, storage and table all in one, which was constructed from stacked shipping pallets. Made with the help of a craftsman friend, Martin Peterse, the recycled furniture gives the café a unique ready-made identity while giving the pallets a new life.

The place has been decorated with Ivelina’s vintage objects, which she found by constanty popping ito the nearby Noordermarkt fleamarket. Her partner, Pavel, who spent 7 years working at restaurants, is the brains and brawn behing the sumptuous tasty food. From Pies, quiches, bread and croissants to marmelades, Pavels cooks them all in his open kitchen.


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