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4 based on 133 reviews
I visited this place with my boyfriend after reading all the positive reviews on TA.I have to say we were not disappointed! From the beginning (try their gin-tonic vanilla drink!!) with delicious appetisers, to the unbelievably delicious dessert: it was perfect! The atmosphere is great and the staff is ever so friendly. I couldn't fault them for anything!The main course, veal, was honestly the softest, tastiest, melt-in-your-mouth meat that I've ever eaten. The complementary wines were also very good, they matched the dishes perfectly. The concept is also great, you can choose several small dishes (4,5,6,7), choose a set menu, or eat a la carte. Prices are very decent for the quality of food and the great service you get here!!! We will definitely return, I would recommend this place to everyone.
4 based on 229 reviews
We visited this bustling little restaurant on the last day of our holiday with family friends. There were 11 of us and the staff were extremely helpful in accommodating our large group when we hadnât made a reservation. The food, drink and atmosphere are fabulous and I couldnât recommend the Diana restaurant enough. Given the owners were going on vacation the next day the menu was still good and the food quality was both tremendous and plentiful. We hope to holiday in the area soon and without question we will be returning. Thank you so much to the staff for a fantastic finale to our vacation!
4 based on 220 reviews
Crimineel lekker eten op een unieke locatie in Roermond. De vroegere gevangenis van Roermond is omgetoverd tot een prachtig hotel met een culinair restaurant genaamd Damianz. Het restaurant, Damianz is gevestigd in het voormalig archiefgebouw van het Biss
A wonderful restaurant in the middle of Roermond.The atmosphere of the place is classy and it still offers you quite the privacy while you dine ,which we loved.The staff was professional,friendly and attentive.We had a 5 course meal. Overal we really enjoyed our visit. First of all the presentation of the dishes was beautiful. great detail and thought had been put into it. The dishes were also very delicious!However all the dishes seemed similar as we felt that the flavours although good were mild. Quality of the products used was the best you could ask for. They give you ebough time in between courses to relax and enjoy the ambiance. would definatly recommend if you're into fine dining!
4 based on 304 reviews
If you want a real good burger? You have to go to Wieck Bar and Grill, he makes the best burgers in town.
4 based on 166 reviews
A great place for an excellent dinner! This restaurant is rather hidden and hard to detect but it's worth the go. The food was excellent! Loved all the three dishes. Started with a delicious Carpaccio, a must try Toff-stew, mouthwaterig..the meet was done to perfection and services with side vegetables and fries. For the dessert I chose The White lady which was a perf3ft end to this meal. The food is why I give this place 5 starts. Other than that the place isn't that big so when the restaurant is full,which was in our case, it becomes very noisy. We were seated close to the door so the cold wind would come in sometimes, for me personally it wasn't such a big issue but for others it wasn't that pleasant.I liked this place a lot. They do have english menu wich was a nice suprise.As other reviewers have said it's a bit old fashioned but the food is simply fantastic. Big,Big compliments to the chef!Would love to come again!Be sure to reserve a table! Place is popular!
4 based on 224 reviews
Small but nice and cozy living room decorated "eatcafe" on restaurant level. About thirty seatings for dinner, drinks only limited if there is a free table or on reservation for whisky lovers. Over 550 whisky's in stock, expert advice is always possible!
This restaurant is located in a side street of the central market place. But boy, is this a place to take a short stroll to. First of all, the reception. Very hearthy and open. Then, of course, there's the gargantuan number of whisk(e)ys on offer, most of them for very decent prices. And the owner gives excellent advice. Last but not least: the food is excellent. Extras for those who speak Dutch/Flemish: the interesting items posted in the toilets.Thank you so much for your fantastic review Pascal! Maybe someday, I will find some time to translate, next to our menu (already in English), also the toilet-items into English.
4 based on 143 reviews
Perfect restaurant just a few minutes outside of Centre Parcs. Menu is mainly limited to pizza or pasta, but everything we ordered was good.Most importantly for us, almost everything on the menu could be made gluten free for my coeliac child.The kids loved the food but loved the play area even more. Hours of fun were had every evening!A large choice of delicious ice creams for only 1 Euro each!We ended up coming here every evening of our 3 night stay at centre Parcs.
4 based on 229 reviews
Letâs start with the good.The owners and staff are very welcoming, we felt sincere âwarmthâ in our interactions with them and, as a result, quickly felt at ease here. Staff at other top gourmet temples can, at times, come across as stuffy and aloof, so all the more positive that this house manages the ârelationshipâ part well. We also felt that the design and dÃ©cor of the restaurant is well-done, and we experienced the overall service as highly attentive and helpful without ever seeming âtooâ present.Our culinary journey began in the pre-dinner reception area where we enjoyed some amuse-bouche. This was accompanied by our aperitif of choice that evening, a red Pineau des Charentes. That fortified wine was hands-down the best of its type we have discovered over the last decades, a truly remarkable delight. In retrospect we do think the amuse-bouche would have gone better with a good double or triple beer of Belgian origin.âThe wifeâ and I then transitioned to the main seating area on the lower-level of the building and began to take-in the 6-couse variant of Margoâs Master Menu (Margoâs Meesterlijk Menu) with the wine selection of the house. Each of those 6-courses was cooked and presented well and everything was at the level we would expect as âstandardâ from such a highly-ranked establishment.BUT, while we already had a few â?â regarding the amuse-bouche composition, our impression of culinary improvement areas quickly rose from here.The name âDa Vinciâ leads one to think that the cuisine here is Italian inspired. In our view, it would take a thorough stretch of the imagination to be that. Instead, we were quite confused by the end of the meal as to what the culinary identity of this restaurant is.Starting with the amuse-bouche and throughout other courses, there is a hodgepodge of various influences. While we certainly appreciate contemporary experimentation, we felt that the flavors and mouth-feel too often simply did not âmeshâ. For example, the amuse-bouche were a mix of small dishes consisting of roasted sunflower seeds, marinated olives, a Krupuk / Kroepoek with some type of flavored cream clots sprinkled here and there, sweet & sour cauliflower wrapped in filo pastry etc. etc.. This just did not come together.The same also applies to several of the 6 courses. Often the actual center-piece of a course was surrounded by a large variety of bobbles, droplets, wafers, globs and other bits and pieces of different tastes and textures. In addition, we also felt that at least 2 of the courses had way too much sauce on the plate. The sauces tended to be quite powerful in taste and, in combination with the aforementioned high variety of other elements, drowned-out the actual center-piece both visually and, more importantly, taste-wise. With several dishes, our palates had real difficulty discerning and enjoying the âmain attractionâ, which often was also of too small a portion-size. We clearly had higher expectations of Margoâs Master Menu, and even today, just 1 day later, we really need to think hard to identify something memorable. It is a bit sad to say that what we do readily remember are 2 drink items that are not of the restaurantâs making, the Pineau mentioned earlier and an Italian Primitivo. There were numerous, added smaller points, which deterred from the experience. The bread selection and quality was OK, but not nearly on par with what we have experienced elsewhere. Furthermore, the breads we enjoyed the most were not topped-up during the meal. We also felt that the wine pairing for the starter served prior to the 1st course did not at all go with that dish. If I recall correctly, this was some type of white âBurgunderâ from Austria. That wine did, however, go well with the 1st course, and the restaurant would do well to serve it accordingly. Lastly, we felt that the marshmallows, which the restaurant markets separately âto orderâ online or âto-goâ, were not even close to the taste & texture joy of the marshmallows we have sampled from other houses. A final âniggleâ is that Da Vinci would do well to have the English-language texts used on its website and elsewhere finalized by an English native-speaker. We currently live in Belgium, about a good hourâs drive from Da Vinci. Frankly, driving for that duration in any direction from our abode we are spoilt for choice and have just so many great Michelin-starred or simply delightful restaurants available to us in Belgium and Holland aloneâ¦and I am not even including the immediate border regions of Germany or France yet in that. As we have had the privilege of discovering many great eateries there and across the globe, our net conclusion is that Da Vinci is certainly good, at 1-star level, but not on par with truly great 2-star or higher establishments we have dined at. In short, this was very much a case for us of âbeen there, eaten that (before), gotten the napkinâ, and we are left with no compelling reasons to plan a second visit anytime soon.
5 based on 243 reviews
Entering the Treeswijkhoeve we were warmly welcomed by mr. Middelweerd (Chief/owner).When our guest had arrived and our aperitifs were served mr. Middelweerd came to our table and, while cutting and serving a little piece of sausage bread with truffles (delicious), he informed what we would like to have for dinner and if there were any dishes or ingredients we wouldn't like or couldn't eat. Since our guest preferred to choose for Ã la carte instead of having a kind of surprise menu with several small dishes, we all decided to choose for Ã la carte.Just a few minutes after mr. Middelweerd had left, several beautiful and very special amuses were served (some on bamboo sticks). For me, being allergic to scallops and shrimps, the amuses with this ingredients were adapted. Unexpectedly fast. The gentlemen choose to have 3 variations of goose liver, I choose the lobster. Our next choice was a sole meuniÃ¨re and twice a pheasant (delicious old fashioned dish, you hardly can order in restaurants).After the maÃ®tre/sommelier mr v.d. Kerkhof had taken our order, mr Middelweerd came again to our table. He told us that the goose liver was served in 3 courses. And since my lobster was just one course he suggested that he made 3 different courses of my lobster, so have 3 courses too and wouldnât be just watching when the gentlemen had their 3 courses. Great, thatâs what real empathizing in your guests is. The goose liver dishes as well as the variations on the lobster were outstanding.The sole was what a sole meuniere has to be and the pheasants were superb. And then mr. Middelweerd came again. This time with a little steelpan; he said; âwell if you are having an old fashioned pheasant I thought some old fashioned applesauce should go with itâ. Absolutely true!!After the main courses he came again asking if we would like to have any dessert. Since our guest and I decided not to, but my husband was doubting whether he would or not, mr. Middelweerd offered to make him another old fashioned dish; a Dame blanche. My husband gladly accepted the offered Dame blanche and still has sweet dreams about it.Meanwhile mr. v.d. Kerkhof did a great job: talking about what wine too choose to accompany the dishes, serving professionally, being very attentive and relaxed, being witty in a proper way.Conclusion: the Treeswijkhoeve is worth the journey, not only for the terrific food, ambiance and professionalism, but not in the least, for their perfect feeling for hospitality and empathizing in what guests would like: having a perfect evening with delicious food in a relaxed atmosphere.
5 based on 190 reviews
We went here for my girlfriends birthday. We were sitting in the kitchens table and therefore could see the preparation of the food. Itâs like a piece of art to see this happening. The taste of the food and the service were also amazing.
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