Koffie- en Theehuys ‘De Korenmolen’: unique location
We have been a coupe of times to this coffee- and tearoom since the opening (April 2014). First we were curious about this new place, but when it turned out that they served a good cappuccino and a ‘damn’ good apple pie, we more often drive especially to Vaassen - about 10 km’s from home - to visit ‘De Korenmolen’.
The tearoom is located in the ground floor of ‘Daams’ Mill’ and the unique cozy interior gives the impression of being on a visit in the living room of the miller. It is not that large and on a mezzanine is place for some more tables. If the weather is good a large terrace is waiting for you.
‘De Korenmolen’ also sells about 80 different kinds of tea and coffee of the famous Dutch brand ‘De Pelikaan’.
Since 2015 it also houses a Tourist Information Point (VVV).
Favorite Dish: Custom made cappuccino and homemade apple pie.Related to:
- Arts and Culture
Terwolde: Theehuis en Rozentuin ‘De Stamroos’
On one of our bike trips around our hometown Apeldoorn we came across this tearoom, which we never had heard about.
They are open from April until October and perhaps the best time for a visit is a nice summer day as we had. It is so lovely sitting in the garden in the shadow of a fruit tree just drinking your tea (or coffee) and enjoying the quietness of this spot. ‘De Stamroos’ is servicing tea, coffee, soft drinks, cakes and pies - highly recommend having a home made apple crumble pie- and ice cream. By appointment it is also possible to have a high tea.
The garden has a huge variety of roses with a (frog) pond in the middle; nice to walk around.
If you want to start your own rose garden, you can buy roses in pots.
If the weather isn’t that good visitors find a seat inside in a tasteful converted shed. It has a wood stove and a shop whit ‘rose related’ gifts.
From April 1th to October 1th on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 10.30 am - 6.00 pm.
Or by appointment with at least 6 persons.
Hoog Soeren: Pannenkoeken-Restaurant Berg en Dal
In the center of the tiny village of Hoog Soeren, located 5 km’s west of Apeldoorn and surrounded by vast forests, lies a small and cosy restaurant. According to its name it is serving a wide range of pancakes, on the menu are more than 120 different kinds of this typical Dutch food.
In case you don’t like pancakes (which I can not imagine) you can get a lot of other dishes, among them some specialities from the Veluwe.
Favorite Dish: 'Of course' our Dutch speciality: one of the pancakes.
Good value for your money
Empe (Klein Amsterdam): Coffee & Teahouse ‘De Hommel’
This coffee and teahouse is located in the middle of the rural area between Apeldoorn, Zutphen and Brummen. This almost idyllic location makes it a wonderful place for a break during a bicycle or car trip in this beautiful landscape.
Of course you can get a good cup of coffee (coffee comes from the famous Dutch coffee roaster De Pelikaan) or tea, but the menu also has a number of lunch dishes. It is also possible to book a high tea.
If the weather cooperates a little bit, you are good in the garden or one of the other shady spots. During one of our visit we had a view of a stork’s nest in one of the nearby meadows.
De Hommel also has a small shop with local products.
Opening hours: March till October - 10.00 till 19.00 hours.
Favorite Dish: They serve a damned good coffee and apple cake in a quiet and peaceful setting.
Proeflokaal de Waag: A Restaurant in a very historic building.
A building in Arnhem that has a very long history and was used as a '' Weigh house ''
in the Neo-Classic Baroc period .It was build
in the years 1761-1768 .
During the battle of Arnhem this building was damaged but in 1960 the building was restored and it is presently a beautiful restaurant .
Planken Wambuis: Big portions
Salade Planken Wambuis (€ 16,50 in 2002): six plates with different salads: salade niçoise, reilettes, salmon, carpccio, warm goat cheese and a piece of lobster.
Can be shared!
Favorite Dish: Three course menu € 34,00 (2002)
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