This tiny restaurant in a residential area of De Kelders is easy to miss but worth looking for. The dining room is tiny but charming with half a dozen tables. The service was warm without being intrusive and the food excellent. Our table had potato soup and salads to start with and the soup was excellent. Fillet, prawns, and hake for the main course were each seasoned subtlety and generous in size. The desert choices were surprisingly wide for such a small restaurant with by far the biggest hit being the sundae of vanilla ice cream with hot fudge. Hard to explain how such a simple desert could be so noteworthy... But it was.
This restaurant is well worth the effort to find!!!
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