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Italians and Germans are known to have contradictory national cuisines, but do their tastes and palates follow them while traveling abroad their home countries?
With over 8.3 million visitors over the past year, Amsterdam is emerging as one of the top destinations in Europe. There’s no doubt the city is home to some of the top restaurants in Europe, but does everyone share the same opinion about which ones are best?
We dove into the data of the top ranked restaurants in Amsterdam as it equally attracts Germans and Italians alike.
Using Travel Appeal’s advanced artificial intelligence and data science algorithms, we analyzed customer feedback (reviews and social posts) across the internet and extracted the average customer sentiment on a 1-100 scale, of both Germans and Italians, to determine the “top” restaurants in Amsterdam, according to each nationality respectively.