This is a grilled-or-toasted cheese sandwich, with or without a wafer-thin slice of ham.
Ingredients vary, but the basic form is potatoes and vegetables. Boerenkool a frilly leafy cabbage, does nicely. The ingredients and method of preparation are subservient to the main principle, which consists of mashing everything together.
Some regional varieties are famous. But normal Dutch cheese is excellent. It comes in five degrees of age jong, jong belegen, belegen, extra belegen, en oud.
Pommes frites French fries.
Often served in a puntzak, or paper cone. "Fritjes met" means "Fries [in the diminutive form of the word] with" With mayonaise, that is.
Cheese Soufle, fried sausage, etc. Dutch fast-food.
May be selected from one of the little glass-front doors after paying with coin, or ordered at the counter.
Held by the tail and eaten head-first.