I had never been to a wok restaurant before and this restaurant provided me with a great eating experience. This is a large restaurant that can seat 300 people on two levels - the best views out to the countryside are at the front on the upper level. There is a an extensive menu with set Chinese meals but the better option is to go for the all you can eat option at just under €20 - this includes soup and dessert but not drinks or coffee. There is an extensive display of different types of fish and meat that are given to one of the three chefs to cook for you - you can watch as they cook for you. There is a choice of 4 sauces - I only recognised oester (oyster) so went for that. The cuts of meat and fish and excellent and there is a good range of rice and noodles to accompany these - there are also chips(french fries) available.
A good range of fruit is available too and a very good range of desserts including whipped cream and sauces to pour over them.
Clean rest room facilities and disabled friendly on the ground floor. The staff mainly all speak English.
Highly recommended. Closing times are early in comparison to England and the latest closing time is 22.00 on Fridays and Saturdays.
Favorite Dish: I was particularly impressed by the range of fish which included squid and salmon. There were some types of fish I did not know but they tasted fine.
The meats were all good cuts although the lamb was much darker than English lamb and had a stronger taste.
The buffet displays are extremely well presented and constantly stocked.
Like on my other Dutch pages you have seen it and maybe it starts to become boring. Dutch love to enjoy good weather while it lasts (so in late spring, summer and aftersummer). Therefor terraces are very beloved, both to have a drink and a chat while watching the people pass - as well as for a simple dinner or a good lunch. In Tiel there are plenty and on a nice day it will be hard to find an empty spot.