We were visiting family in Zeist and Oma recommended this cafe near the market. We were greeted warmly by Wilma, an owner, and sat in a sunny wooden booth. We had a party of 5 with 3 children. The cafe was half full but we came rather early for a light lunch. The children lived the hot flavored milk with whipped cream. We enjoyed cold Warsteiners in the proper glasses. Yummy hot soups, sandwiches, hot chicken satay, and tiny pancakes hit the spot. The cafe seems to have many regulars, but you would be comfortable alone or with a larger group. Good place to people watch and waste a few hours in Zeist. Highly recommended to visit!
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