Lanskroon is an old and small building on the Singel. You might accidentally pass by it thinking it was not worth your time, but what a mistake you would be making. The Dunselman family have been active as bakers since 1908. In 1989 they took over Lanskroon from the Grummes family. Inside you will find a small tearoom and, usually, a long (but fast moving) queue for all things delicious.
One of the items Lanskroon is known for are the stroopwafels. Stroopwafels are two thin layers of baked dough filled with a caramel-like syrup. They were first made in the city of Gouda and are best enjoyed warmed over a cup of coffee/tea before eating. While you can find them in many shops, at small stands, and at the market, the ones at Lanskroon are a twist on the traditional recipe.
The best thing to do? Try them all!