Reviews on Belgian food in Baarle-Nassau, North Brabant Province, The Netherlands. Baarle-Nassau ( pronunciation (help·info)) is a municipality and town in the southern Netherlands, located in province of North Brabant. It had a population of 6,803 in 2017. The town is the site of a complicated borderline between Belgium and Netherlands, with numerous small exclaves of Belgium, some of which contain counter-exclaves of the Netherlands.
4 based on 175 reviews
We (Greet & Fee) started out in 2008 and our aim is to serve great food. It has to be seasonal, inspirational and above all delicious. . Whether you bring your own wine or choose one from our wine list we will only charge a corkage fee. As of 2015 we also
Everything about Cachet de Cire sounded so much more beguiling than the cafes on the square. Ten minutes slow strolling took us to another world. A quiet garden lush with espaliered trees, a warm welcome and a serious menu. This is accomplished cooking. A tomato tart: pastry crisp yet buttery, sweet sundried tomatoes, an earthy black olive crumble, Parmesan ice cream. Firm white fish (ling) with slivers of artichoke sitting into a whey based foamy sauce spiked with parsley root - this is clever yet simple, full of flavour. And at about â¬60 per head including 2 glasses of wine, very well priced. My only regret? Not knowing about the 3 classic comfortable bedrooms tucked in upstairs, and returning instead to the standard hotel by the station instead. Another time. Dear Mrs. A.,Thank you so much for your wonderfull review, to use a flemish expression: our cheecks are blushing (blushing with pride).It is our daily goal to give our visitors a pleasant stay both at our restaurant and/or BnB and we are very pleased to read we succeeded.We look forward to welcome you in the future not only in our restaurant but also in one of our 3 comfortable rooms, all furnished with attention to detail. Boxspring beds, TV, WiFi and ensuite bathrooms with walk-in shower.Fee
4 based on 221 reviews
Went here for a business dinner with my work team. The restaurant is very formal as I was told by my Belgian colleagues. Prices are high. Menu was limited to just a few items so if you have a dietary restriction you might want to check ahead of time but we were able to get gluten free and vegetarian items easily. Was surprised that fine dining in Belgium serves fries with fillet pur (filet mignon). A very small soup and ham appetizer were brought out ahead of our meal. There was no salad on the menu and was told that this is not done in fine dining. However, some Americans at a table near us asked for one anyway and they were served one. One of my colleagues ordered the vegetable lasagna and the server assumed she was vegetarian and gave her a different appetizer than the ham the rest of us were served. The service was good and food wonderful as well. If you're looking for fine dining with great food and service, this is the place. You'll love the large chandelier in the front of the restaurant.
Weld is a restaurant in Weelde. Be surprised by our drive and passion for delicious food and drinks. Enjoy a good cup of coffee, refreshing drinks, delicious (business) lunch, tasty tapas or a culinary treat.
Ik bezocht Weld in Weelde op een vrijdagmiddag in oktober. Leuke brasserie bistro met stijlvol interieur en brouwketel centraal in de zaak. Uitstekende vriendelijke bediening. Goede rode zinfandel ook per glas verkrijgbaar voor slechts 4.5 euro. Tapas zijn correct geprijsd aan 5-6 euro. Aan te bevelen
4 based on 31 reviews
I went there once and it was really a nice time to us. The pasta with shrimps were really delicious and the stella artois was perfect. The staff is very friendly. It's a nice place indeed.
4 based on 177 reviews
Atmosphere was very cosy and open.Food is refined and delicious. The dishes are small portions. We shared 3 starters and 3 wapas between two people and that was enough for us. Wines are really interesting (I usually don't drink wine)Love the way the menu regularly changes.Prices are very fair and service is really friendly. Not suitable for a low budget bite.Try to make a reservation or you may be disappointed.
Met een uitgebreid gezelschap hadden we een etentje in dit restaurant. We hadden er al goede dingen van gehoord maar het was waarschijnlijk hun en ons dagje niet.De dames moesten wel erg lang wachten (1 uur en 37 minuten waren we al binnen) voor ze hun eerste gerechtje kregen. De aspergesoep was heel matig. Er waren wel erg veel graten in de visfilet en de konijnenbouten waren nog rood van binnen. De koffie achteraf was lauw. De rekening viel niet tegen maar toch hadden we het unaniem liever iets anders gehad.
4 based on 50 reviews
You can easily take your kids to this place, a lot of space to play. The food is of high quality and prepared with care. Situated in a green zone between farm houses and villas. Reservations recommended for the weekends!
4 based on 17 reviews
Eten en drinken in een ongedwongen sfeer!!
We slept at the camping so for dinner we went to the restaurant inside. Burgers were ok, tasty and well cooked. We also had a good dessert for reasonable prices. The playground is accessible directly for the restaurant and this is very convenient with small kids.
Cozy bar in Baarle-Hertog. We offer drinks and some snacks. We have a billiard table and three professional dart boards. During the big sport events we broadcast them on screens in our bar.
Je komt hier voor iets kleins, en dat is wat je op je bord krijgt: basuc food maar eerlijk en correct.
3 based on 17 reviews
This restaurant is unusually located in a former train station building next to the disused railway line (now a cycle path) which operated between Turnhout and Tilburg. The restaurant has been nicely renovated and now has quite a modern interior with plenty of space and comfortable seating.All of the personnel were polite and very friendly.We had reserved a âhigh teaâ, which was brought to our table very quickly soon after we had arrived. I think this must have been a âstandardâ choice, as nobody asked us if we had any dietary restrictions or preferences, etc.In general, the high tea was fine but we did have a few comments that maybe useful to other guests. We were first served with 12x rather large sandwiches (6x with tuna & 6x with egg/ mayonnaise). Each of them was almost the size of a club-sandwich, so as there were only 4 of us in our party, I think we were expected to eat 3x each.Next to this, there were also 2x quiches, but unfortunately these were served cold and therefore rather disappointing (a pity).Following this, we were then served an enormous amount (two 3-tier cake stands) full of sweet things, such as cakes, brownies, scones, jam, fruit & cream, etc.The taste of everything was quite reasonable, however the amount of food was just simply too much. A tip for the kitchen would be to serve much smaller sandwiches, but with more choice of fillings and the quiches would be better served hot straight from the oven.A nice place, but make sure you are really hungry before ordering the âhigh teaâ.
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