Of course a good lunch is needed to re-fuel for the afternoon! Please note that lunch is not included in the registration price. However, there are ample options in and around the RAI to get lunch:

Lunch bags

These will be distributed at the conference venue to those who have selected this option during registration.

Food in RAI

Within RAI itself, two restaurants are available, The Traveler, and from Wednesday onward Strand Zuid. More information is available on the RAI website.

In and around the area

Near the RAI, a number of options are available. Check out this map for some restaurants and take-out options. Or, you can buy a sandwich, supermarkets such as Albert Heijn / AH to go have a large selection.

Please be aware that the conference venue will not allow the consumption of self-purchased foods inside the conference rooms, and there is no designated picnic area on site. You can however go into the Beatrix park to sit outside, weather permitting. On the south side of the A10 ring road there is the Amstelpark which has plenty of space.

Dietary requirements

The lunch boxes that can be ordered at registration cater to just about every dietary need. If you are looking for specific food nearby, here are some options:

Vegan / Vegetarian

Aubergini – Mainly veggie/vegan health focused restaurant based on aubergine. Offers a selection of dishes including burgers, aubergine wraps, quesadillas, poke bowls, salads and more.

D&A Hummus Bistro – Vegan and veggie hummus and falafel restaurant.

De Uitsmijter – Some veggie and possibly vegan options, like avocado sandwich and veggie salad.

Albert Heijn – This supermarket near the RAI stocks vegan and veggie pre-made sandwiches and wraps.

Gluten Free

Aubergini – Veggie health focused restaurant, gluten free options include nachos, soup, pokebowl and salad.