Restaurant at fortress Vuren: Intriguing interior
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.
- Food and Dining
Pannekoekenhuis Brusse: Well, you know how fond I am of pancakes
"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!
Cafe Pavlov: The name made it clear, I had to drink a beer here
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.