Hotel De Prins

Rijksweg Zuid 25, Sittard, 6131 AL, nl
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Dinner time

by mr_austin

hi, i've just joined VT. I haven't been to too many places as you can see.

I'm thinking about making a big trip, maybe to Middelburg or Terschelling. Does anyone know if it's possible to have a shoarma dinner in those places?
I hope to hear from you al. Thank U.

Glenn

Re: Dinner time

by ATLC

Hi, welcome to VT, Glenn.
Why shoarma? It's about as exotic as een broodje kaas.
I do think you should ask your question in the Middelburg and Terschelling forum. Then you will get the replies you are hoping for!

Re: Re: Dinner time

by pieter_jan_v

Just made some shoarma myself tonight!

For Middelburg:
Grillroom Shoarma Sphinx
Dam 23
4331GE Middelburg

Pizzeria Shoarma Netanya
Vlasmarkt 24
4331PE Middelburg

Terschelling:
Forget it (or ask Igraine)

PJ

Re: Re: Dinner time

by ATLC

PJ, serious as ever ! :-)

Re: Re: Dinner time

by sundancekid

C'mon PJ. Shoarma in NL, always and everywhere!

Re: Re: Dinner time

by vdoortje

Why come to Holland and eat Shoarma??
About every little city will have Shoarma restaurants!! Just look at the yellow pages in the phonebook!

Don't be surprised that our Shoarme will be different from what you are used to! I had Shewarma in Egypt and it doesn't even look like what is served in Holland and the taste is quite different.

It is like McDonalds: All the foods offered are adjusted to the local taste.

But shoarma isn't Dutch (although liked very much!) Have a friet ( french fries, Dutch style) with a croquet, or a Fricandel Speciaal! Where I live they serve a Boerenfriet (farmers fries). That is French fries with Shoarma. I have no idea what the farmer has to do with it! But it is nice!! I guess to rural town where to get it is responsable for the lable: Boeren!

I like the "Patatje Stoofvlees" they serve. It is French fries with stewed meat! Realy great!

Shoarma in Holland??? Be careful with the garlic sauce!! Or maybe not!! The sauce eaten will ensure you a wide space in local transportation!!

LOL! Dora.

Travel Tips for Sittard

Sittard, Netherlands

by robertgaz

"Sittard"

Sittard has a population of about 50,000 and is a major town in the southern Dutch province of Limburg.

It is situated in the narrowest part of the Netherlands and is bang on the Dutch-German border. You can easily walk between the Netherlands and Germany just by crossing the street.

The only way you can tell that you have entered a new country is by a border post telling you which country you are in. Sittard is also only a few kilometres from Belgium.

"Cafe "de Gats""

Savour the ancient ambience of a historical pub by enjoying a cold local beer at the Cafe "de Gats" anno 1530.

"South Limburg Map"

A friendly little town in the South

by ger4444

As

Charlemagne once was in Limburg, the southern province of our country, he was in Sittard as he asked an old local woman in the forrest "what time is it"? she answered 19.30 and than Charlemagne said "that late?" in french it is translated "si tard"? and so, the name Si-ttard came into being... this of course is a legend but its a nice anecdote to introduce the town of sittard. Sittard is a very intersting town, again, real off the beaten path as it comes to vistit the Netherlands but its for some reasons worth it to pay a small visit. its has some interesting things to explore that are unique and therefor its just a pleasant braek and a nice change of scenery.

Sittard is one of the oldest towns in the Netherlands since it got its privileges as early as in the 13 th. Century. The town has a lot of monuments and has some interesting musea. It’s a lively town, there are a some towntheaters, lots of pubs (around the old cosy townsquare), and there are many festivities that they celebrate here, such as of course Carnaval. The centre town has old historic buildings such as houses in timber framing style. Must sees are: the Agnetenwal (the old town is still for 75 percent surrounded by a city wall) the Winery Wanenberg (located in the area of Windraak), the Sanderbout fortress (build in the middle ages as a part of the towns fortifications), the Stadsbroeker mill, the St Petrus church (most known for its unique 80 meter high tower), The Domein Museum (is a museum about local history and it contains also contemporary art)

this page is currently under construction i will write more info's if i find time

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