Broodjes (bread rolls) are a typical lunch, often with cheese and or ham. A lot of people still drink milk at breakfast or lunch.
When you go out for a meal, the bill is sometimes picked up by the person who has invited the other. Going Dutch by splitting the bill also occurs a lot.
A waiter or waitress is beckoned by raising a hand, making eye contact, and calling ober (waiter) or mevrouw (waitress) without raising one's voice! When you have finished eating, place your knife and fork side by side at the 15.15 hrs position on your plate. Service in the Netherlands is at a more relaxed pace than people of other nationalities may be used to.
Generally you are served at your table, you usually do not have to go up to a bar to get your drinks. When you ask to pay the bill the server will often present you with the bill and expect you to pay immediately. Please don't forget to tip the staff if you're happy!