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Eetcafe 1900

Orleansplein 14b | 6217 :la, 6217 LA Maastricht, The Netherlands
+31 43 343 5427
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  • Excellent26%
  • Very good61%
  • Average11%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible2%
17 Jan 2016
“Good value for money cheap”
12 Jan 2015
“Art Deco style, cosy little cafe, good food for decent prices”
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Orleansplein 14b | 6217 :la, 6217 LA Maastricht, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 17 January 2016 via mobile

I have been many times in this restaurant. The service is very good and the food is ok for the price. If you like good food for a fair price in a cozy restaurant outside the Maastricht city centre this is a good place Usually...More

Thank Mark S
Reviewed 12 January 2015

This little cafe is located out of the centre of Maastricht in a nice neighbourhood full of locals and students. In summertime there is some space outside to enjoy dinner or just a (Belgian) beer, but in winter one can only sit inside the cafe...More

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Reviewed 4 February 2014

Away from the bustle of the Vrijthof lies a little art deco café at the Orleansplein. Inside it's cozy, with a huge painting of Klimt's Adele Bloch Bauer adorning one of the walls. When we arrived it was quite full, so we were seated at...More

Thank Yasmin_020
Reviewed 21 December 2013

My wife and me, found this place because it´s located in our former neigborhood, we passed over there day by day and, suddenly after a though day at work we decided to have a beer there and, maybe, eat something. The service was amazing, professional...More

Thank jhonyo_b
Reviewed 13 October 2013

Café 1900 is a little out of the way – about a 15 minute walk from the Vrijthof. It has a lovely, cozy ambiance and is populated by locals rather than tourists. We were served by a lovely waiter who knew little English but got...More

Thank torontonianexplorer
Reviewed 23 January 2013

Great setting. Good service. Scrumptious, mouth watering menu. Good value. Conveniently located. Worth a visit.

Thank andrew285
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Dutch, European
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17:00 - 23:00
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  • Address: Orleansplein 14b | 6217 :la, 6217 LA Maastricht, The Netherlands
  • Location: Europe  >  The Netherlands  >  Limburg Province  >  Maastricht
  • Phone Number: +31 43 343 5427
We had the pleasure of eating in this charming café in Maastricht, and it may be the best meal we had in the Netherlands. The place is small, maybe 10 tables, and furnished nicely in an art deco theme. It is just beyond central Maastricht and not listed in the hotel guides, so I would assume that they get few tourists. But, it is worth a trip for good food at a reasonable price. When we arrived, there were 6 of us and initially it looked like we would be out of luck because the place was nearly full. But, the owner, who also was the chef, came out of the kitchen and moved a party of 3 from a large table to a smaller table so we could be accommodated. When we sat down, the table was reset with bright and welcoming yellow and white checked placemats and napkins. Our entrees included grilled salmon and asparagus with the best Hollandaise sauce I’d ever had; a salad with cured ham, pate, and steaks with various types of sauces including mushroom, stroganoff and paprika. The entrees came with tons of fries and potato croquettes served family style, and we also ordered several salads and a side of asparagus since it was in season, and both were large enough to share. For these 6 meals and sides plus 7 beers, a soda and a wine (we didn’t have coffee or dessert) the bill came to 120 euros which I thought was a good price. The service was good and the owner was attentive, coming out of the kitchen to make sure our meal went well. I would heartily recommend this place for anyone traveling to Maastricht. Get out of the Vrijthof and have a good meal!
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