Keto Takeout in the Netherlands

Sep, 25, 2020

Discover the best Keto Takeout options delivered to your door in the Netherlands, for a no-cooking-required dinner.
The most popular delivery service in the Netherlands is Thuisbezorgd , also my favorite because it is cheaper, connected with a lot of restaurants and serves all the postcodes.

Notice: the restaurants available to your door may differ depending on your location.
This article will be updated periodically. Feel free to suggest in the comment section if you have more tips to order keto food at home.

For next time you are dining out, read also my post about the best places to eat keto in Amsterdam.

How to choose your Keto Takeout in the Netherlands

The best way to order keto food at home, is opening Thuisbezorgd and browse the categories.
Fancy a salad? Chicken? Sashimi? The options are endless.

Read below for my favorite keto takeout options in the Netherlands.

Meat and Fish

One of the safest keto option for a takeaway meal is ordering grilled meat or fish. Find a grill restaurant delivering to your door, and order yourself a steak or a grilled salmon for example.

Usually, grill restaurants have also Spare ribs. In the Netherlands almost always spareribs have sweet sauce that brings along a lot of carbs. If I order ribs I make sure I take the original version.

Care that no fries are included!

Burgers (without bread)

One of my favorite keto meals to be delivered at home is a cheesy, juicy burger!
Or two! Without bread, of course!

You can order any burger and toss the bread, but chains such as McDonald’s and Burger King give you the option to order it already without bun.

On the website, just select the burger you want and de-select the “bread” from your order. De-select also other options such as Ketchup, if you want, and you will have a perfect keto-friendly hamburger.

Select the single burger and not the menu, because it comes with fries (and we don’t want them!).

My experience:

  • McDonald’s just rolled in a foil the hamburgers with above the cheese. The result was that I wasted a lot of cheese because was sticky to the paper.
  • Burger King did not use foil but a salad box: they placed the hamburger in a bed of salad and above the burger the cheese. In this way, no cheese was wasted and my experience was so much better.

Trick: if you are ordering while with other guests, keep the bun in your burger: in this way you are sure all will stay in place. Just give your buns to your guests so they have extra bread (if they wish!).


Who said that wok is not keto? Many restaurants gives you the opportunity to custom your own wok. Eazie , for example.
Instead of rice, noodles, or quinoa, you can choose zero carb noodles (shirataki) or no noodles at all. Notice: not every location has shirataki.

Poke Bowls

Poke bowls have a base of quinoa or other carbs. Unfortunately, many restaurants have their already assembled bowl, and is not possible to make any change.

Choose a restaurant where you can create your own poke. Usually these restaurants has interesting options, such as salad mix or zucchini noodles.

As a protein option, you can choose tuna, shrimps, and salmon and also chicken and tofu. You can add to the bowl a lot of keto-friendly vegetables such as avocado, edamame, tomatoes, and onions.

Japanese Restaurants

Ordering Japanese food is quite easy, but still tricky for the sauce and the sugar they can use in their recipes.

Stay away from:

Futo maki

What you can order:

  • Sashimi is the best thing you can order.
    Sashimi is not other than raw fish, without any sauce.
    Perfectly keto.
    Notice this: the quality of raw fish is higher than the one used for the sushi.
    Quality eating!
  • Edamame. For 100 grams edamame has 6 grams net carbs.
    Is a very tasty and salty side dish. In my opinion, it fits very well in a keto diet.
  • Seaweed is controversial. For 100 gr the carbs are 10. I don’t consider it a high carb score, especially because they won’t serve big portions. The problem is that restaurants add some sugar to improve the taste increasing the number of carbs per portion.

Chinese Restaurants

Ordering at a Chinese meal can be tricky because the food you order can be cooked in a sauce you cannot skip. Also, many meals come in combination with rice or other carbs, making all the process frustrating.

Every Chinese restaurant is different: you have to spend some time researching their menu and trying to see which meal can be keto or not.

In general, in the Chinese restaurant, you can find some keto options like:

  • Roasted chicken
  • Roasted pork
  • Chicken with vegetables
  • Chicken with nuts

Avoid all the meat that has sour, sweet, or any sauce in their description because obviously the food is cooked with some carby add-on. I don’t order often Chinese food but when I order my only choice is the roasted duck. I choose the duck because near my place they cook it without any sauce.

Italian Restaurants

Ordering at the Italian restaurant is quite easy. Italians don’t use many sauces but they use mostly olive oil. Read carefully the ingredients in their menu to be sure. Also, if a meal is served with fries ask to convert them into a salad: Italian restaurants have always ready salad.

What you can order:

  • Starters: cheese, salami, ham, sausages, olives
  • Roast chicken
  • Steaks
  • Fish – cooked in oil and spices
  • Vegetables, roasted and baked
  • Salads, with meat or fish, without sauce or bread crumbs
Keto Takeout in the Netherlands


Many places serves salads. You can find them also at McDonalds, Subway, Salsa Shop, and Italian restaurants.
A good and filling popular option is a carpaccio salad.

Always double check the ingredients, to make sure they are keto and sugar-free.

I will keep my eyes open and update this post when I will find more keto takeout option in the Netherlands.

More ideas, to eat out:

Eat Keto and low-carb in Amsterdam and in the Netherlands
Eat keto at IKEA
Keto products at Holland and Barrett
Keto products at HEMA
Low-carb and Keto options at Starbucks
Keto meals at Vapiano
Keto snacks at AH To GO

My name is Simona, a keto enthusiast, based in the Netherlands.

I live with my husband, my cat Newton, and a fridge full of cheese.

You find me on Instagram, Pinterest, and sometimes on Facebook.

I also write a lot of keto recipes on my Italian blog keto-with-simona.

Check also:

Keto products review
Keto favorite products

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  1. Reply



    Hi, I like your blog, super helpful 👍
    Today ordered from EAZIE and it was super delicious 😋 The only concern was a sauce, I ordered with coconut and it was quite sweet. I wonder how much carbs a sauce can contain? 🤨

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      Hi! The indonesian cocos sauce in EAZIE is 19 grams of carbs (I checked the values in the NutriCheck in their websites).
      If the doubt never add sauces because they contain a lot of hidden carbs.

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