Discover Restaurants offering the best Deli food in Vijlen, Limburg Province, The Netherlands. Vijlen (Limburgish: Viele) is a village in the South-East part of the Dutch province of Limburg. The village is constituted of a number of hamlets, among which Mamelis, Camerig, Harles and Cottessen. Including these hamlets, Vijlen has around 1,500 inhabitants (in 2005) and is part of the municipality of Vaals. Located at 200 meters above Normaal Amsterdams Peil, on top of the Vijlenerberg (Vijlener hill), it is the highest situated town in the Netherlands. The neo-gothic and Catholic St. Martinus church, which is located in the center of the village, is known as the highest located church in the country.
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4 based on 172 reviews
My family and I decided to revisit this place after we had been there once before and we thought we had come to appreciate its fast service, great food and friendy staff. This time, we had but a few hours to spent in the city so we ordered but 4 salads and nothing else. After 40min of waiting it became painfully obvious to us that we might be spending the afternoon as sitting ducks waiting for food rather than visiting the city. We finally got the attention of our waiter who told us that there had been a mixup of who was responsible for making the salads but that they would be there in 2-3min. After 10min we finally recieved the salads and the waiter boldly declared that we would come to appreciate the waiting-time since the salad had been prepared with an 'extra amount of love'. Unfortunately, I felt the opposite was the case: The hastily thrown together salad was served with too much dressing drowing out the taste of the ingredients and the dry bread was as tough to bite as a dog-biscuit. I had had the same salad here once before - why the lack of repeatability in quality? Anyway, one should never feel happy to finally be able to leave a restaurant and I regret not simply getting up in the middle of waiting, paying for the water and leaving. I'm sorry, but when you can't get the service part right, that's a big red flag. And if you do, just apologize.Dear Leo,we are very sorry that you had a negative experience at our restaurant. This is usually not the case. We do not want to search for excuses, but just apologize for the inconvenience and promise that the next time, we will do it better.Thank you and best regards!
4 based on 28 reviews
I was invited to a lunch at this farm shop in Eys / Wittem near Maastricht. Beautiful setting, lovely shop that sells local delicatessen (great gift ideas) and local fruit and vegetables. You can also go there for a drink or some lunch which can be enjoyed on their terrace or in the shop itself.
4 based on 252 reviews
We went yesterday with a friend to eat sushi at Kanpai. We really enjoyed the food and the serving was also great. My one and only objection was the price.If the prices were 20% lower than they are now I would probably be there really often!
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