Reviews on French food in Leidschendam, The Hague, South Holland Province. Leidschendam is a town and former municipality in the province of South Holland of the Netherlands. Along with Voorburg and Stompwijk, it is part of the municipality Leidschendam-Voorburg.
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4 based on 207 reviews
I trusted the TripAdvisor comments and went there with my wife. It was fabulous! We took the 5 services surprise menu with wine pairing. A little bit pricey but definitely worth it. We will go back for sure! The place is top as well (old Dutch style farm).
4 based on 137 reviews
[email protected], referring to the birthdays of the manager and her chef, offers amazingly good food, served in very ambitious recipes and when a la carte copious, dishes. Very well trained team, excellent executed dishes, based on amazingly brilliantly composed dishes. Had twice the wild oysters from Texel,overly delicious, beating the Gillardaud standard. But also the ris de veau, the Anjou pigeon , and the loupe de mer were all surprising dishes. I am convinced all dishes will prove to be perfect, as were the amuses. Solid quality of wines, with some interesting odd wines. All affordable wines were a bit young, but well served by the manager.Happy to be back here often and further test the chef!
4 based on 78 reviews
The other day I booked a table at the restaurant where we had a small celebration in honour of my Mom. The whole experience from the service to the food and wine is superb. The chef and his team created a set menu on offer, exquisite, so different in each dish, well proportioned, full of flavours and aromas so well combined. The restaurant is cosy, elegantly designed. A real treat and enjoyed by each of our party who dined with me. Highly recommended for any occasion as you won't be disappointed. I will definitely come back for sure.
4 based on 123 reviews
Went on a recommendation by hotel reception and had the Surprise menu option, 3 courses, all GF and all were not disappointed by any of the food creations. Friendly and knowledgable service throughout this surprise GF meal, all course contents were explained to us when we received them and they were absolutely delicious. Even the GF bread was excellent. Not the cheapest but worth every Euro.
4 based on 149 reviews
Whilst having heard about this restaurant before we had never made it to a visit. Our first experience was quite nice. One wouldn't expect a top restaurant at this location but after entering the perception quickly changes: a friendly welcome and an elegant interior. Courses were accompanied by amuses and a pre-dessert which was a nice surprise. Not cheap for fine dining but we had the advantage of a special offer .
4 based on 104 reviews
The chef manages to combine originality, tastiness and attractive presentation, achieving a very high level. We took three courses from a potential five on the June menu and were impressed by all of them. Wine by the glass is fairly priced. While that selection is limited, it was a pleasant surprise to find a cup of Pol Roger champagne there. The extensive and quite interesting list of wines by the bottle on the other hand is rather pricy. The location is picturesque, but the entrance to the restaurant is very modest. The inside is simple but attractive and the tables are sufficiently far apart. We feel strongly tempted to return for successive monthly menu's.
4 based on 155 reviews
This is a very fine restaurant, with accurate cooking and interesting flavour combinations. We were in an area new to us which had several restaurants listed in various food guides. De Pepermolen was the first that we tried. Nice room, tables well set with good glassware, usually a good sign, and it was in this case. Friendly, informal service. The menu is made up of 6 courses, each with a single dish, so the main decision was "how many courses?". We opted for four, which with nice bread was quite enough for us. All of them were quite delicious, as were the "amuses", especially a tiny cup of asparagus soup. There is a good wine list or you may take a wine arrangement, matching the food with different wines. Our only complaint was a lengthy delay before the main course. Prices were reasonable for the quality of the food and the skill of the cooking, but a discount from booking online made the final bill a bargain. Definitely a place to return to.
4 based on 90 reviews
It was one of the first spring days and we started with drinks on the deck overlooking the Vliet. Lovely location. When the chills came, we moved to our table inside. The food was average. Service was friendly but uninformed. And almost every waiter arrived at our table to ask if everything was according to our wishes.Don't expect gastronomy here, the lamsrack was well prepared, the vegetarian wrap so-so. The Smoked salmon starter was home smoked salmon fillet, but the Japanese nori was soggy and another sea weed was hard to digest. Starter, main, two beers, and five glasses of wine came to Euro 90 (incl. tip). My advice: go here on a warm day, sit outside, enjoy the veiw over the water and order a simple dish.
4 based on 262 reviews
Boutique Hotel | Restaurant | Private Dining | Meeting & Events | Weddings | Bar | Terrace Placed in Voorburg, in the Old "Vreugd & Rust", situated in a beautiful park
I booked the hotel in a hurry for a business engagement I had in the neighbourhood and you would not believe what a surprise I had when checking in. Instead of finding again, just another hotel I found one that is truly amazing.The reception was great, the room was amazing, the atmosphere it gave was a pleasant surprise to all other hotel visits I had in the past. I was kindly invited for a drink in the bar and could not help myself to accept the offer.What I discovered there was something that made me call my wife to arrange a visit with the both of us.I found a culinary heaven for food (even quick snacks) as for drinks. Highly recommend the place to relax and enjoy!
5 based on 103 reviews
The restaurant is in a narrow shopping street, in a well maintained and nicely lighted spacious vintage house. Parking is usually not a problem. Furniture is comfortable, also after a long sit. The enthusiasm of the staff and chef is off the scale. There is no printed menu I am aware of. The chef takes orders and folds diet restrictions into what he has in mind. I have not seen a wine chart. All wines I have had were non-french, a startling exclusion that may be explained by the large role set for the wine supplier, because the sommelier knows her business. Consequently, there is room for improvement, though I should mention that the marriage of the Italian orange wine was original, creative and a huge success, not deserving my misgivings before I tasted the wine.The meal was simply amazing. Every dish was exquisitely presented and well composed. Courses are small, but largely sufficient taken together. The signature bisque was a delight by itself, but IMO the main dish was even better: a symphony of onion preparations with delightful slices of meat, that allowed a number of onion-meat combinations with subtle or not so subtle taste differences. We were there on the last day the jubilee menu was offered.This must be one of the best restaurants in the country. Go there before Michelin discovers it at last. ;-)
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