We chose to eat here to be near to the station so we would be in time to pick Rich up, although turns out he was delayed anyway.
Our waiter was very attentive & delightful
We opted for the menu of the day which was a creamy aspargus soup & chicken with an orange sauce for main. I decided against dessert but had to stick my spoon in & eat half of Han's icecream it was so yummy. Again sweet whipped cream which I don't like very much
you must never ever and ever never and never ever miss the oportunity to taste the delicious food and experience the lovely atmosphere in la strada... a great gay restaurant with ver ice and friendly chefs..
Favorite Dish: LASAGNEEEEEE!!!!
The atmosphere is very laid back. This is where the locals eat, so you won't see many tourists, which makes La Strada a night of cultural dining. When you enter the restaurant, you are greeted by one of the charming owners (Rene or Jan Willem), whom also happen to be your waiters. There is no rush here. They allow you to peruse the menu at your own pace. And when your done eating, you can stay as long as you want, and talk about the history of the country with them. They are very proud of their homeland. Price is a bargain. Set menu's run you about 45 guilders ($18 u.s. dollars)
Favorite Dish: Everything I tasted off the menu was terrific. The menu is divided into 3 parts. Dutch, Tourist and Set menu's. I ate from the set menu both nights. The baked goat cheese salad was wonderful. The cheese, soft and warm, just oozed from the fried exterior. Lamb stew was another winner, bursting with flavor. The vegeterian menu is another good choice. All dishes were prepared with style and flare.