robin mobile it comes with unlimited data
For mobile data, depends, in every area people have a different favorite. I don't live near Amsterdam so I can't say what is best over there.
As for supermarkets, Jumbo and Albert Heijn are, in most parts of the country, the best supermarkets. Local food... I guess you could try some food from a snackbar. It's basically dutch fast food there are unique snacks that are generally well received by outsiders. Kroket and Frikandel are the most commonly chosen. There's quite a bit of good candy and shit we sell here, but everyone has different tastes so you'll just have to try some stuff that looks good.
Supermarkets all have around the same prices since there is a lot of competition between those supermarkets.
You can always go to aldi or lidl for some other stuff, but every supermarket has their own budget food etc. which is actually good quality stuff.
No clue about internetproviders. The big internetproviders are KPN and Tele2.
The Netherlands has a lot of smaller scale supermarkets, go to: Albert Heijn (AH), Jumbo, Aldi, Plus or Coop.
There is not mutch local food in the Netherlands. You can try a fresh 'stroopwafel' from the market. If you really want to eat local food you should come here in Winter, than we eat alot of different vegetables mixed with potatoes.
EDIT: Lidl fine supermarket aswell.
Dunno about the mobile network, pretty much every supermarket is fine but some are more expensive and have generally higher quality grosseries, most known supermarket brand in the Netherlands is Albert Heijn or AH for short and this is one of the more expensive compared to others.
For local food u should definitly try dutch Pancakes and Frikandel which you can buy at a snack bar, i know a italian dude who said he loves frikandel =D.
I also go to Albertheijn when im in Holland to get snacks/drinks its such a good store
thanks for all answers ^^
Jumbo for best quality/price
AH is expensive
as for snacks:
saucijzenbroodjes and frikandellen r awesome
There awas a good offer from kpn 4g per/month for like 5 euros. This was however from like a half year back, mb it has gotten cheaper or is has been cut out. And for supermarkets look for the first few msg's, more then that I dont know really
I lived in den haag for 3 months I can honestly say the best thing I got to try whilst being over in NL was Stroopwaffels, damn they are so fucking good.
Also make sure you get yourself a OVA Chip-Kaart from either a train station or I think some supermarkets sell them, they are basically cards you need to top up in order to navigate around the NL.
As for internet if you're struggling to start with, ask your neighbors, most Dutch people will be kind enough to share their network with you for a short time until you sort out your own networking.
Note that if you intend to get your own internet connection there, research if the area you're living in and see if it can have Ziggo first, Ziggo is by far the best internet for expats alike in NL and if you can't have it, you will get stuck with companies like KPN which are expensive and shit imo.
Be careful and read the internet companies contacts, some of them will want you to sign up for 12 months so if you aren't willing to commit 12 months to them don't get their internet.
yo short little question for all netherlands: which weed should I buy for a medium high and a relaxed feeling? visiting amsterdam in 4 weeks, can you recommend some coffe shops? which one is the best?
I can only think of lycamobile
I was using lycamobile it's pretty good but don't remember the prices.
Broodje Kroket. But do not toch their beer Heiniken. Its fucking dog piss
by the way.. Poland is in the EU right? Then there should be no roaming? I mean, you can use the same data as you have in Poland with no extra cost? That's what I understood between EU countries.
tbh if ur staying at a hotel u should have wifi in there if u live in the EU u should have your data auto transfer in the Netherlands atleast with most companies
Albert Heijn was my choice of the supermarkets when I was in Amsterdam. Don't know anything about mobile network operators in NL.