Among other curious meals they also serve a 'KNIL hap', apparently inspired by the exploits of the Royal Dutch Army of the East Indies (KNIL) in Indonesia - it's Indonesian sate with bread. My father was with the KNIL in the 1950s, which is one reason why I would have loved to taste the 'KNIL hap', but we'd already brought our own bread after the fashion of our fellow countrymen.
"Eet tevree ... bij Brusse", says the slogan of this pancake restaurant, which means something like "eat well ... at Brusse". A wide range of pancakes will no doubt have your favourite taste as well. Sweet and spicy ... Brusse offers you whatever you like.
Favorite Dish: All kinds of pancakes or ... poffertjes!
Pavlov, a related name of Paul in Russian, actually meaning "~ of Paul" and as well the basic form of Pavlik (which actually just means "little Pavel" ). You can understand that I had to stop here and check whether the beer was worth the name and ... it was.