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4 based on 217 reviews
Had business dinner here and again we were not disappointed. Don't expect cheap prices, but you get what you are paying for, good quality food, well presented, excellent taste and good service.sit at the fire place for appetizers prior to getting seated for dinner.Meat quality was excellent and since I ordered 3 way dinner the costs were reasonable.Wine selection was good, don't hesitate to ask for specials.Cant go wrong bringing your guests here....
4 based on 112 reviews
We visited here while passing the area. The restaurant is directly at the main square of this lovely town. We love the warmth of the place. Staff is extremely friendly, quick and attentive in their service. Atmosphere is great, warm and welcoming. Food is really very good, though for us not at risk of breaking any culinary records. Menu offers quite some choice at various price points. We both had a two course menu at 28 euro per person. All in all a very friendly place, were you are well taken care of with great food, offering good value for money.
4 based on 160 reviews
A popular restaurant & lounge for both informal en formal get togethers. Gastrolounge St Tropez brings the atmosphere of the town on the French Riviera right to the centre square of Deventer, the Netherlands.
We came here together for a drink because the terras looked real cozy, we went inside because of the cold. The interior was to much. they tried a robust style with modern twist, the waitresses where wearing a 'lumberjack'-outfit. furniture had a lot of wood and furs but also shiny disco lights and fairy like curtains. So in my opinion the interior was waay to much, and just not giving a relaxed vibe (less is certaibly more here). We ordered two chocolatemilk, which where served in less than 30 seconds so it was water based coco (but must say for waterbased good coco, still never beats milk based). It was served witch whipped cream and some caramelchocolate sparkles and 2 small merinque(way to sweet), But it all looked nice. The waitress was also tÃ³ friendly. It has the potential of a nice lounge cafÃ©, but please lose half of the interior. Would go here again though to try a second time. Menu also looked inviting to try, perhaps next time.
4 based on 440 reviews
The downside of the hotel is the restaurant's limited choice of vegan/plant-based food. Not even a milk alternative next to coffee machines or dairy-free creamer in the room (How about some Alpro coconut/almond/oat or soya?) I would love a cappuccino!Despite promising of a good selection of vegetarian options on their website, the reality is different and the text on the website is clearly written by someone who isn't a vegetarian, or vegan. The a la carte menu only has about 3 vegetarian dishes from which one was sold out/unavailable yesterday and one was a starter. Staff proudly shared that there's plenty of vegetarian options on the menu. Really? All there was left as a main was the "knolselderij" with couscous and it was absolutely dry, tasteless, flavorless. The french fries saved the meal and that is never ever a good thing. Portions were small and we didn't feel like we got value for money or any protein for that matter.We also had a look at the buffet that only had a tiny table with a few bowls of salad somewhere in the corner and feta cheese already mixed with it. Breakfast was a little better as in: great juice maker, fresh OJ, fruits, baked beans, roasted vegetables, oats, bread. Again, could step it up with some nuts, milk replacements, yoghurt on coconut base for example. If van der Valk wants to attract future millennials and a younger target market its time to disrupt the current strategy from within. Solely changing its image and appearance from classic to modern interior and a new look on Instagram won't help. It's not about "grandma's simple Dutch food" anymore (potato, salad, meat, applesauce) it's about being on top of current food and lifestyle movement and a vibe that matches this day and age that van der Valk still misses. It's not about staff walking around like they are still in a hotel school, stiff and drilled like soldiers. (with all due respect to each and every one of them because they are hard working and kind) the problem lies in the way they are trained. Nothing about the current hotel vibe feel natural - kind of like a Goede Tijden Slechte Tijden set, except for their wonderful gardens and horses of course. It's time for nice marketing talks to practice what they preach. Millenials are well traveled, with a sense for good, high-quality culinary food from around the world. Van der Valk de Cantharel is blessed with a gorgeous vegetable garden and it's a vegan/vegetarians heaven to create something unique with these fresh products. Don't let them be the underdog of the menu. Take inspiration from other international hotel chains i.e. Hilton and Courtyard by Marriott, who are stepping up their vegan game with an extensive vegetarian and vegan culinary menu.We've another 2 days left, lets see how the menu is tonight. ;-)
4 based on 130 reviews
We had a three course dinner that started with delicious salmon. Followed by sole with tasteful vegetables and finally the dessert consisting of several preparations, all tasting well. Service is correct, quickly enough. We certainly go back!
4 based on 98 reviews
King Street Restaurant is the perfect place for your lunch, dinner or drink in Apeldoorn. Enjoy our famous grill dishes and delicious traditional Slow Food dishes with freshly grown local produce. Our chef Steve is inspired by the different seasons and, t
Kingstreet restaurant is in the Bilderberg hotel Keizerskroon!Lovely atmosphere and relaxing music playing in the background. Decor is amzing modern en invites you to sit and enjoy your dinner. The staff is well trainend and super friendly and helpfull..We had a 3 course meal arrangement.Every single dish was an artwork to see and tickled your tongue.. There is a great wine menu and staf recommendation of wine are on point!I had a good time and this restaurant I would definitely recommend you to go when finished visiting Paleis ât Loo.
4 based on 214 reviews
On a last moment we made reservations. According to the site it was full hooked but when we called there was still place. We arrived earlier then planned and luckly the table was already free. The food menu is Nice , You choose 3 different starters out of 9, 3 different main dishes out of 9 and 3 different desserts out of 9. Price Total is 32,50â¬. This is a real Nice experience the food was real good and very Nice service of mostly very Young people . There is one min which is that the tables in the first part of the restaurants are much nicer with warm lights. We were in a separated part which is close to the kitchen door and waitresses passing by a thousand times . There is even one table in the direct lane to the kitchen and that is no fun. I would not accept that table . our table was just not that close so we could manage. Other than this it was a nice evening and next time i book table in the front.Thanks for your respons. Good to hear that you're experience was a good one. On a Friday and Saturday a last moment reservation doen'st give you the best table, next time call us ahead so that we can make sure the table is to your liking. Team Spicebrush de Proeverij
4 based on 211 reviews
This restaurant celbrates its 19th anniversary this year and still going strong.Here it's time to relax, unwind, enjoy the good life with excellent food from the menu or the specials board. The owner, Kees, is truely one of a kind together with his team they make your evening a memorable one. The only ingredients you need, is you, your partner, family, friends or colleagues and a dash of good mood. The rest goes naturally with excellent food made by a great chef, no nonsense and lovely wines or what ever fancies you for a drink.This restaurant is definately one for on your list to visit when in Apeldoorn!
4 based on 195 reviews
Vlak Naast Paleis Het Loo
The restaurant is closely situated from het Loo (palace), so in summertime also nice for a pre or post dinner walk. The food served tasted very well for all dishes, though for bigger groups we noted that not all dishes were warm. Service was disappointing in comparison to the quality of the food. Therefore on average 4 out of 5
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