Discover Restaurants offering the best International food in Hollum, Friesland Province, The Netherlands. Hollum is the largest village on Ameland, Netherlands, one of the West Frisian Islands. It is situated on the westernmost part of the island and had, as of January 2017, a population of 1,165.
Things to do in Hollum
3 based on 278 reviews
The restaurant is from the same owners as the hotel we stayed in, so a little unadventurous, but nice if you're not (yet) familiar with the island. It's not that big so space between tables is somewhat tight.The food and wine were very good, and our waitress was lovely.
4 based on 251 reviews
Sjoerd maakt een combinatie van streetfood, classics en Mediterraans. Hij houdt van eerlijk, duurzaam en van producten uit de buurt.
Beautifully located, nice and friendly service. I'm not sure if this is the right place to leave a comment for the cocktailbar "downstairs" but here goes: skip it. Overpriced, a smaller selection compared to upstairs and overall underwhelming! Come on, you're a cocktailbar! Mix decent cocktails! When you've got so much going for yourselves (location, look&feel, the fact that you're a freaking cocktailbar); don't mess up the end-game!Thank you for your review. I'm sorry to hear not everything was allright at the cocktailbar. We will send this review to them, so they can read it as well. I hope to see you again at Sjoerd's place.
4 based on 375 reviews
We (parents, grandma, 3 teenage kids, 14-19 yrs) selected Zee van Tijd based on the reviews and the picture of the Cheesecake on tripadvisor. The restaurant delivered on the promise provided by many good reviews.The restaurant is based in the middle of Nes, with a big terrace. As we visited in October, we stayed in side - which is middle sized and very cozy. We got a great table in the corner of the restaurant and were served swiftly and with a smile. The food is surprisingly good: not your average âtouristâ style, nor Michelin star âhaute cuisineâ. Itâs sort of in the middle: very tasty, very beautifully made up dishes and decent âportionsâ. We had a variety of starters, had duck (2 of us the breast, 2 the leg) hamburger and mushroom risotto as main. Off course we tried the cheesecake that got us hooked in the first place: and it was great.I will definitely go again - can recommend for families with teenage kids.
3 based on 152 reviews
Take the bike trail along the north side of Ameland and at some point you will hit this little beach pavilion. The secluded terrace area, overlooking a natural phenomenon: the sand hook, is very nice. The restaurant indoors is simple but the food is terrific. Try the squid and you'll be back! ;-))
3 based on 77 reviews
Booked here with a Vakantieveilingen bon. Just â¬50 for 3 nights. Nice 2 floor apartment complete bathroom and 2 bedrooms. Everything is clean and worked. Bathroom dated and in need of some new floor tiles. Beds where bad and should be renewed quickly. The swimming pool perfect for workout and fun. At the far and of Ameland so use a bike or car if you want to explore this nice piece of Holland.
3 based on 459 reviews
Absolutely loved this place! The white and turquoise pillows, chill out lounges by the fire, the amazing view of the beach, the lounge music... the perfect place to relax. Food is a bit on the expensive side and for the price not fabulous. My cocktail was too strong (tasted horrible), so they had to redo it. Long wait for service can happen, but still loved it. Also loved the yoga session in the room with open doors, wooden floor and beach views! â¤ï¸
4 based on 359 reviews
Visited Tante An for lunch and had good sandwiches, served with salad as a side. Portions are big. The basis is a veggie sandwich, chicken or salmon can be added on to it against an additional charge. Nice atmosphere and service. Food and drinks are quite expensive overall- as usual on Ameland.
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