Eating, drinking and shopping at Schiphol

Following the government's new coronavirus measures, all eating and drinking facilities before security (a.o. Schiphol Plaza) will be closed as of 22:00 on Wednesday 14 October. Take away services are still available. In the area after security, food and beverage outlets will remain open. All shops at Schiphol, before and after security, are closed daily after 20:00, except for the supermarket. There is an alcohol ban at Schiphol between 20:00 and 07:00: it is not allowed to buy and consume alcohol at the airport during these hours.

Which eating and drinking establishments are open?

Below you’ll find where you can go for a bite to eat and something to drink.

After security

B- and C- Pier

D pier

E-, F- and G-pier

Before security

*Due to the alcohol ban it is not allowed to buy alcohol at Schiphol between 8 pm and 7 am

Relax & Enjoy

Most Schiphol services are available. Opening hours may differ from the times mentioned on the website however. The services listed below are open:

For your own safety, measures against COVID-19 are in effect in all shops and eating and drinking establishments. We help you maintain a 1.5 metre distance throughout the airport by indicating the proper walking routes and meeting points. You can disinfect your hands at each entrance. In the shops you must use a shopping basket, so that we know exactly how many people are inside and to prevent it from getting too busy. You can also pay contactless everywhere. Do you want to have a bite to eat and something to drink after security? You can sit with the people you are travelling with at one table, provided that you come from the same household. Making reservations is not necessary.

Looking for face masks, disinfectant wipes and gloves? You’ll find these in the shops* and in special vending machines next to the revolving doors in the departure halls and at Schiphol Plaza.

* All shops at Schiphol, before and after security, are closed daily after 20:00, except for the supermarkets.