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4 based on 92 reviews
From breakslow to lunch, for eat in or takeout. With much love we prepare and bring you delicious bagels, slash fresh juichen, various coffee with our Arabica Coffee Single Origin from the Jansson Estate in Panama. Tasty salads , organic , healthy, sweets
...modern, open, placed in the Schunck building, it is optimal for a short break. They offer bagels galore but also some "non carbohydrate" options as salads with avocado and chicken and a delicious pesto. Coffee specialties are really nice, too, prices affordable, service very friendly. If you need to use the restroom (50ct coin needed, as the multipurpose building is also a museum and a open workspace), they will provide you with a chip...
4 based on 144 reviews
Our visit to this restaurant can be summarised in 1 word: excellent.We decided to choose the 7 course all in menu, which didn't disappoint at all. We started off with some very original and creative appetizers. Then the 7 courses, of which we found the shrimp (and especially the tweezers you get as cutlery) and the cheese (if you can't choose between cheese or sweet dessert: pick both of them!!!) outstanding.The accommodating wines were also great, and the same can be said about the staff.They were ever so friendly and nothing was too much trouble for them.I'll give you an example of their hospitality: my friend and I went outside for a cigarette between courses (by the way: bravo for the smoking area! Pellet stove to make it cosy and warm, lounge chairs, lounge music,...) and we really enjoyed the silence in the covered terrace. So we asked if we could have our final 2 courses outside, which was no problem at all. Small details such as this make this restaurant a Michelin star worthy restaurant!However, I do have a small remark... the acoustics in the main dining area are really bad. We were a table of 4 and next to us there was also a table of 4. We found it very difficult to understand eachother and also to understand what the staff was saying. In fact, it gave us so much headache that we decided to consume our last 2 courses outside, which was lovely. I don't know if there could possibly be a solution to this 'problem', but it won't stop me from coming back, because this was honestly the only negative thing I had to say.So: thanks Cucina del Mondo for the great food and the even greater hospitality! See you soon!Thanks a lot for your positive reaction.Team cucina del Mondo
4 based on 205 reviews
My partner and I visited this beautiful venue as part of a L'Etoile package with the Kasteel TerWorm in Heerlen. We were picked up from the Kasteel (on a very rainy evening) by a very cheerful and enthusiastic taxi driver (or so we thought!).When we arrived, the chap pulled out a brolly to escort us into the restaurant where we were greeted by the very helpful and as expected, English speaking staff. To our surprise, when we sat down, the 'taxi driver' turned out to be one of the staff at the restaurant! He was an absolute star, a real 'character'!The owner of the restaurant came up to welcome us and we thought this was a very nice touch. The 'taxi driver' then came to explain the wine choices to accompany our meal. My goodness, fabulous food, fabulous wine, fabulous venue and excellent staff / service.Our taxi driver then turned out to be the 'MaÃ®tre_fromager' and was extremely enthusiastic about the 'ridiculous' amount of cheeses on offer for the cheeseboard!A superb twist to the evening and we couldn't thank the staff or our surprise chauffeur for the evening. FANTASTIC.
4 based on 73 reviews
Sinds april 2014 gelegen aan het mooie Pancratiusplein in Heerlen. Smaak & Vermaak is de plek waar je komt voor heerlijk eten, een lekker glas wijn en een ontspannen sfeer. Een totaalbeleving die past bij onze kernwaarden: gezellig, ontspannen en ondersch
No reservation, it was no problem. Eating with a nice view on the square. Nice servants and a good plate of food. The price is however too high for the meal. the desserts were tasteful. Good alternative for an evening
4 based on 178 reviews
We have been several times and really enjoy eating here. It is best to make reservations but if you want to wait they usually seat people pretty quickly. The tomato soup is the best I have had. Omelets and wraps are very good also. The wait staff is very friendly and service is perfect.
4 based on 192 reviews
It's a nice location more outside the city of Heerlen but in a beautiful surroundings good for a nice walk and have some nice food and drinks afterwards. The menu is short and very the same during the year. Inside it's cosy, in summer you can enjoy the terrace outside. Nice portions of food, tasteful but no haute cuisine. Good price for value.
4 based on 298 reviews
Beautifully designed & co-ordinated hotel on the outside (acres of ground) & on the inside (animal theme) Comfortable beds. Excellent views. Good pool & spa facilities. Vast choice at breakfast = every nationality catered for. Airy seating area just outside our room decorated with individual pieces of enormous blown glass fruit. Each on its own pedestal. Sun streaming in from floor to ceiling windows. Staff were helpful, friendly & courteous at all times.
4 based on 308 reviews
Allow yourself to be won over by the culinary creations of out kitchen team led by master chef Andy Brauers, while our hostess offers surprising wine suggestions. Our regularly changing seasonal menu features the very best in regional Limburg products, fr
I was in Heerlen for business meetings.Was booked at the same karsteel Terworm hotel. The restaurant was within the hotel.Like in fairy tales, this was a small beautiful hotel surrounded by a small moat. Yes it was filled with water when I arrived and as it was raining, the drizzles and the misty day certainly added to the very sumptuous tales and folklores of castles.Very medieval. The castle has a inner square which in sunny days would have provided a great wine down and happy hours drinks. I booked the dinner at 8pm and on my arrival, there was a private party in the restaurant. But to my utmost surprised, I was ushered to a cellar where there were 4 tables with one supple already seated. The lights were dimmed and it certainly evoke a sense of medieval dinning. The wine list was very wide and full.As I was travelling alone I decided to pare my meals on my own. I started with a house rose - a Tempranillo- bodegas Pascual, Ribera del deuro. It was amazingly smooth not as dry as I had thought. Good start. I then followed on with a red from verenigde staten, Washington state. I broke my rules on US wine but it was worthwhile. The red was medium bodied and very smooth finish. I settled on a 3 course meal priced very reasonably at 49.50 euros, prefering to choose my own dessert - if My stomach still had space and could make it there.My first appetiser was the lobster- beet root- Asparagus.Just as you see the picture, it was better than the picture. Lobster pieces lying on a circular frame of vegetables, white asparagus bits, mango..etc. A charming mixing of taste and delightful presentation. The lobsters were nicely seasoned and soft and juicy.My next course was even better - it was the fried trout with caviar and asparagus. This was delicious. So well prepared so tasty and oozing with flavour. The trout was grilled to perfection. Soft inside and the caviar was enough to make a difference to the taste. My final course was the lamb rack with wild garlic and asparagus. The lamb was so fragrantly grilled and out of this world taste. What was slightly âdefectiveâ was that I would have preferred more sauce.The whole evening ended with me being absolutely âintoxicatedâ with the cheese cake. Nothing too cheesy. It was absolutely heavenly with my last paring - an vintage Armagnac. All in all a wonderful evening...exceedingly satisfied and will look forward to come back soon.
4 based on 312 reviews
We really enjoyed our dinner at this restaurant. We had no booking but could still be seated on the terrace as it was not col. After some beef croquettes (bitterballen) as snack appetizer with our local beer we decided to go for the 2 services menu at a very good price of about 23â¬. We chose a beef tartare and crunchy tuna fish as starter. Both were very good. Then we had a beef "onglet" with root celery asparagus and mushrooms. Although the sauce was supposzd to be truffled the truffle taste was very discreet but the dish was excellently balanced in tastes. The chips were excellent but in very small quantity. We drank a local wine which was a good value for money (donersfeld). Bread and butter very tasty too! This was an excellent surprise in Heerlen!
4 based on 102 reviews
Although the fresh interior was promising, the new menu is very different.I think they aim for a less traditional Greek menu, more Mezedes (Tapas-like) approach.I expect they will attract a different group of people with that. Not sure if that's us...Thanks for your review...We are trying to overcome the standart "Greek" kitchen that is presented in Europe, and bring in more and more traditional Greek food, what we serve as Meze, what is more commen in Greece than meat and fries...I hope we will welcome you back, and impress you with our new setup..Greetings
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