Brielle (pronounced [ˈbrilə] ( listen)), also called Den Briel (Brill in English) is a town, municipality and historic seaport in the western Netherlands, in the province of South Holland, on the north side of the island of Voorne-Putten, at the mouth of the New Maas. The municipality covers an area of 31.14 km (12.02 sq mi) of which 3.58 km (1.38 sq mi) is water. In 2017 its population was 16,976.
Things to do in Brielle
4 based on 46 reviews
Zwarte Schaep is located on the edge of the inner town, and it overlooks part of the marina. This marina goes all the way around the town, so it’s hard to miss. Iit’s like stepping into somebody’s living room. They can’t have more than six or seven tables,and dates from the time this building a former yarn shop was located.
Very good food ..ah! the spare ribs!!! ,very friendly staff.Well worth searching out if your in Brille .
4.5 based on 37 reviews
4 based on 135 reviews
......this is a delightful, cosy, venue, which offers mainstream food, at a very HIGH quality - in my opinion. Why is it good? The demographics say it all. Groups of young people, couples, families, sole individuals, and the elderly - this says it is popular, across a wide spectrum. Chez Andre is an unpretentious restaurant, offering a myriad of straightforward meals - but does it very well indeed. It is constantly busy, understandably. Staff are very hard working and affable. The tuna gratin baguette with cheese, onions and mushrooms, was great. Very good location, and upstairs level is great.
4 based on 129 reviews
We spent the morning strolling through the charming town of Brielle and had lunch outside at De Hoofdwacht. The weather was beautiful and the atmosphere very relaxing. Our servers were very friendly and also very helpful in describing the choices on the menu. I had bitterballen and mustard soup. My wife ordered the "healthy sandwich". Everything was very good and the servings were quite generous. We loved the setting in this wonderful town.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
It's a nice restaurant, the staff are very friendly but they have little variety in the buffet. They could have varieties of meat, squid, soybean, bamboo and varieties of vegetables for grill.
The fruit is not so good also. They could have better fruit, pudding a jelly.
In Portugal the Chinese restaurants are much better and cheaper.
4 based on 51 reviews
Excellent Greek food. We had barbecued lamb cotelettes, Gyros, Souvlaki mixed plates.. very very yummy. For appetizers, we had tzatziki, greeksalad,taramo salada and Dulma.
the place is cozy and casual.
if you are in the mood for good meat, go for it!
Dress code: Casual
Suitable for eating alone, big families and friends
Great value for money
4.5 based on 40 reviews
De Landbouw has private car park, we were able to close parking. The entrance you come in looks a bit like a cafetaria. Around the corner is a restaurant section (for our sense). The menu card is quite extensive and there is also a monthly menu served (in October 4 courses plus coffee for 31 euros) as well as various stews. Although the monthly menu is tempting, certainly in terms of pricing we chose from the menu. That’s rather pricy.
For a nice appetizer and main course are you also so 30 euros. We chose among other things for the carpaccio, mussels au gratin and salad with fillet of beef. These dishes were beautiful, delicious and so worthwhile . As a main course we had grilled ribeye, lamb and mixed grill. The meat was cooked perfectly and to our exact specification so we can say the chef is in control. Nice crunchy vegetable there and apart served French fries with sauces. Serving staff is not serving for the first time: friendly, correct and exactly on time. Also pleasant that is explained in advance what outside of the menu can be ordered and also what is on the card but no more available (in our case only the Greek yogurt).
Desserts menu: very many ice-cream variations. Our final judgment about De Landbouw is positive, with two caveats: 1. Prices should really not be higher 2. Interior needs a pump up!
4 based on 6 reviews
Beste bitterballen van Brielle staat er aangeduid en dat was ook zo. Het Melkmeisje is een supergezellig café met mooi antieke spullen die te maken hebben met de nabij gelegen zee. Een goede keuze van Nederlandse en Belgische bieren. Vriendelijke bediening.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
I think they make the best ribs I have ever eaten, and you are asked if you would like more.(but there is a 5 euro fine if you don't eat them little chance of that)
Very nice atmosphere spotlessly clean friendly staff and good prices the steaks are good too..
4.5 based on 69 reviews
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