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A quiet restaurant on a quiet street. Super mackerel starter. Amazing bread with beetroot butter( it is super) or pork dripping- which was excellent, full of flavour.
Main course was veal with mash and a fabulous gravy.
Too full to have a pudding!
This little restaurant was recommended to us by my partners work colleague.
Small and cosy, the staff were friendly and welcoming.
There werent many customers so we were served prompty.
Menu was quite limiting so if you're a fussy eater it may not be for...More
For real, surprisingly good! The food is delicious and rooted in the tradition of dutch cuisine. One of the best restaurants I've found in my (unluckily too short) visit to Amsterdam. The table service is extremely professional, but warm and fun at the same time...More
If you want the real Dutch food experience, this is the place! A restaurant with a good atmosphere, lovely staff and excellent service. Had the tasting meny where you got to taste all the different starters and desserts and could pick one main dish. The...More
Pleasant and relaxed setting. The 2 waiters were kept busy but service was friendly and prompt. If this is Dutch cuisine, give me more! We enjoyed the variety of the tasting menus for starters and deserts, with the liquorice ice cream as a delicious finale....More
This sweet little restaurant is named after the owner's mother who is responsible for many of the recipes. If you want to experience a true Dutch meal, order the tasting menu and let them bring you a small bite of many interesting dishes.
I just loved the classic duck starter- tasted amazing!! One of the best things I’ve eaten in a long time. This is an expensive spot, especially dessert and starter prices. Atmosphere is a bit stuffy and formal although surroundings cosy.
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