Delft Restaurants

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    De Nonnerie: So far my most favorite place in Delft

    by Mique Updated Jan 31, 2004

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    The location is superb. De Nonnerie (the Nunnery) is located in the old cellars of the Prinsenhof. And in summer you can sit outside when they have a terrass at the inner court. Anyway, you'll sit between ages and ages of history...

    But apart form the location, they also have delicious food on the menu for brunch/lunch as we found out...

    Opened on tuesday-friday 10.30 till 17.00
    Saturday and sunday from 11.30 till 17.00

    Sabsi, Roy, Diana, Jose and Brandon

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    SPEAKERS: They have Salsa Dancing Lessons

    by ceswho Updated Jan 10, 2004

    Great music. Visual event!
    Discovery Dance night and parties from discos, 70's, 80's 90's, Latin beats,etc. Differetn DJ's in different events.
    Salsa Sunday (Salsa-Merengue-Bachata) for an entree: 5 euro
    Free Professional Salsa Lessons from 3:00 pm -4:00 pm.

    Favorite Dish: Just here for Drinks.

    Speakers

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    De Nonnerie

    by Imaniac Written Jan 9, 2004

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    This lunchroom has a really pleasent atmosphere. It is almost like it's in a cave or a huge cellar. This is because the restaurant is located inside the old monestary. De Nonnerie is part of the restaurant called De Prinsenkelder. You can have a light snack, a sandwich or some pasta here, and of course a n ice cup of coffee or tea.

    Favorite Dish: I loved the Kwarktaar, which is a lot like cheesecake.

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    De Nonnerie: coffee and lunchhouse

    by dila Updated Jan 4, 2004

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    it in a old kind of cellar with i think the name is arches.
    open
    tuesday-friday 10.30 - 1700
    sat+sunday 11.30 - 17.00

    Favorite Dish: we had some drinks here.
    josé had a brie (kind of french cheese) and chorizo toast.

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    Place to eat

    by Kyee Written Oct 9, 2003

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    In Delft, you will find a wide variety of restaurants. Because of the large choice of restaurants, there really is something of everybody's liking. You can choose from several culinary specialties from all over the world. There also is a diversity in atmosphere and prices.

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    Lunchroom Leonidas: Lunchroom Leonidas

    by myriam_c Written Sep 12, 2003

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    Passing along this chocolate shop we noticed that they had a lovely lunchroom attached. In the back sliding windows that came out on a lovely garden with nice grown up trees and lots of flowers. A pleasant surprise in the city centre.

    Favorite Dish: We just had afternoon coffee there.
    Some people were enjoying a real treat: a pot of tea/coffee with a plate of different scones/pastries/chocolates. Looked very yummie ...

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    Kleyweg's Stads-Koffyhuis: Kleyweg's Stads-Koffyhuis

    by myriam_c Written Sep 12, 2003

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    A very cozy lunchroom/tearoom in a quiet location along a canal.
    In the summer months they have a lovely boat terrace on the canal. A perfect spot to have lunch or afternoon coffee/tea on a nice day!

    Favorite Dish: Their menu is huge, especially the choice of pancakes (both sweet and savoury).
    Also omelets, rolls, hamburgers, ice cream, various coffee specialities, etc.

    The boat terrace of Kleyweg's Stads-Koffyhuis

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    List of restaurants

    by ATLC Updated Jun 1, 2003

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    In general the restaurants and open air terraces on Markt square are great for tourists, families with children and those wanting to taste Dutch specialities such as pancakes, fritters (poffertjes) and simple pub food.
    A bit more stylish are the cafe's and street terraces directly behind the Town Hall and in front of the Waag (which is a restaurant itself).
    And then there are countless restaurants along the canals.

    Favorite Dish: See the list of restaurants below.

    DELFT MARKT SQUARE TERRACES
    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Food and Dining

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    Le Vieux Jean: Le Vieux Jean

    by ATLC Written Jun 1, 2003

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    Somehow I always ended up in the same restaurant in Delft on the Voldersgracht. And it doesn't exist anymore. I am still trying to remember its name but I vividly remember the very good and simple Italian food, the owner breaking out in opera singing at the end of the evening, especially when I offered him a cigar, glasses of grappa and great atmosphere.

    The choice here for Vieux Jean is completely arbitrary as I only know it to be mentioned often in culinary magazines.
    And I happened to walk past and make a snapshot.
    A 3 course menu amounts to € 40,50 per person.

    Favorite Dish: A list of restaurants can be found on:

    www.delft.nl/sites/portals/delft/bezoekers/etendrinken.html (in the right hand box)

    DELFT LE VIEUX JEAN
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    • Food and Dining

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    Willem van Oranje: great coffee

    by margaretvn Written Mar 22, 2003

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    This restaurant on the Markt near the town hall has great coffee and they do have a good lunch menu.

    Favorite Dish: We had a "broodje gezond" a frenchstick with ham, cheese, egg, lettuce and tomato. it was all fresh and crisp. They also have a large selection of pancakes.

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    Willem van Oranje: heavenly desserts

    by call_me_rhia Written Nov 7, 2002

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    Willem van Oranje (William of Orange) is a large café in Delft's main square. It's three places in one: a hotel, a restaurant, and a café. I'm talking about the café part, placed outside in the square - which is the perfect place to stop for coffee and cakes while you are visiting Delft. It's the one that offers the largest portions of everything: huge delicious ice-creams, cakes and especially, the small dutch pancakes covered in sugar and fruits.

    Favorite Dish: The cherry-filled pancake's excellent, especially if topped with ice-cream. But I also spotted some promising huge blackforrest cakes. The kids siting nearby seemed to be very fond of them!

    Willem van Oranje restaurant

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    De Visbanken: fresh fish

    by margaretvn Updated Jan 28, 2007

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    This old fish stall very close to the city square and townhall has the most delicious fish and shellfish - I loved the mussels.

    fresh fish in Delft fresh fish in Delft
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    Cafe Kobus Kuch: Great local brew

    by robertgaz Updated May 23, 2006

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    This cafe serves a great choice of very good quality local beers and light meals.

    Favorite Dish: My favourite beer is a Delftsche Knollaert which is a locally produced special brown beer with a 6% alcohol content.

    Proost! And we'll drink and drink and drink...
    Related to:
    • Beer Tasting
    • Food and Dining
    • Historical Travel

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