Discover Restaurants offering the best Central European food in Schin op Geul, Limburg Province, The Netherlands. Schin op Geul (Limburgish: Sjin) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul, about 3 km southeast of the town of Valkenburg.
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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 125 reviews
We went out into Gulpen to find a nice and simple place to have a meal, and we got what we were looking for!The signs in front of a small gate beckoned us in and brought us to a lovely little square covered in art and greens.It had a very nice atmosphere, really cute. The staff welcomed us in and gave us the menu - a simple choice menu, a venison menu and an a la carte menu. My boyfriend was very satisfied with the simple one, having onion soup (which was a tad too pepper-y, but still good), escalope and coffee. I was very content with the carpaccio made out of local Heuvelland ham and melon, and a main dish of rib-eye and 'diamanthaas' (a nice and tender piece of beef), also Heuvelland meat. They should make a seperate dish out of the potato gratin served with it, it was sooo good!The only thing was that we were seated pretty close to the door and every time it opened we were greeted by an icy draft.Other than that, a certain recommendation!
4 based on 23 reviews
We are opened at 10 in the morning on everyday except Wednesday. We have breakfast from 10 to 12 en lunch at 11 till 17. Thursday till Sunday we have diner at 17:30. De kleine koning is a small diner/cafe, it is the perfect place to have diner but also to
About 300 metres from the railroad station is this small but cosy restaurant. Also easy to park your car. Friendly owner who gives adequate suggestions. Good portions of tasteful food. Small but handsome menu. Good wines and beers. Good coffee also. An unexpected surprise in this little village.
4 based on 247 reviews
Renowned for exceptional quality and outstanding service, Restaurant ChÃ¢teau St. Gerlachâs Ã la carte menu is masterfully designed to delight both the eyes and palate. Occupying three of the ChÃ¢teauâs traditional reception rooms, the restaurantâs visually
What an experience! We went here with friends for a lunch (Snel&sjiek) and really enjoyed it. What a quality and location! A two-course lunch of outstanding quality with a glass of wine and coffee with sweets..... and that only for 31 per person. Make sure to reserve and you will enjoy it, and not only the food but also the chateau, the room and the garden. What an experience!! We will come again and.... again and again when we have the opportunity.
4 based on 126 reviews
We only visited here for a drink after visiting the Christmas Market in the Caves it is in an area consisting of restaurants, bars and bistros and I am so pleased we picked this one super friendly staff who didn't mind that we only ordered coffee. The coffee was so good that when we had finished we immediately ordered two more. The meals we saw being served looked absolutely superb so next time I am here this is where I will eat.
4 based on 475 reviews
Yes this is a place that aims at delivering good food at reasonable price. The oysters come fresh from the tank not from the freezer and are delicious. Personally i would avoid the acidic pickle since itâs overwhelming the taste of the oysters by far! Forthermore i can recommend the linguine with truffels as well as the lamb. I got reported that the fish was tasty as well as the burgers. All in all I have never had bad food here. Definitely worth going. And on top of that waiters are super friendly as in you are family. Very pleasing. Keep in mind that Valkenburg in general is a touristy place so prices are a tad higher. However Aan de Linde doesnât charge more than others in Valkenburg by delivering a very good quality. Hence value for money is within the âFairâ range.
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