We had been wandering around the quaint windmill village at Zaanse Schans and needed a spot of lunch. This restaurant took our eye and when we entered it looked a bit flash and we thought that it might be a tad expensive.
We were pleasantly surprised that not only were our surroundings lovely, view over the water surpurb, but the prices were not too bad either.
I don't usually have dessert but decided on this occasion to have an apple pie and tia marie coffee. Well the apple pie was the best I have ever had in my life!! And washed down with that devine coffee!! Yummee!!
If you go for nothing else here.....please order their apple pie!
Good food, good ambiance. Despite its name this is a restaurant. Thanks to its fantastic french menu this is one of the city's most fashoinable eateries. This sweeping industrial space has an enormous modern chandelier and raw concrete surfaces. Stylish locals order unpretentious but tasty dishes like roasted chicken and oyster ceviche (marinated raw fish or seafood, typically garnished and served as an apetizer). Chef Tiddo Post has devised a menu of simple, tasty dishes from all over Europe; he calls his food “honest cuisine.”
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