Reviews on Central European food in Aalsmeer, North Holland Province, The Netherlands. Aalsmeer ( pronunciation (help·info)) is a municipality and a town in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. Its name is derived from the Dutch for eel (aal) and lake (meer). Aalsmeer is bordered by the Westeinderplassen lake, the largest open water of the Randstad, and the Ringvaart Canal. The town is located 13 km (8 mi) southwest of Amsterdam.
Things to do in Aalsmeer
4 based on 141 reviews
Located outside the shopping centre, with a sunny terrace in the evening.Positives: friendly service, good selection of beers and wines, tasty food, sunny (when we were there).Negatives: the cheeseboard was a real let down, it was expensive for four tiny pieces of cheese (three of which were not Dutch). The seafood platter was tasty but contained sliced-pan toast. We would return.
4 based on 144 reviews
This restaurant has a great terrace overlooking the Amstel - enough shade when sunny and heaters when the weather starts to turn cooler. A very pretty location.Looks nice inside too, with good music.Service is pleasant and patient (they had to return several times to take our orders because we were chatting so much!)The food is good - a nice uitsmijter (with bacon!) and excellent cheesecake.
4 based on 341 reviews
This restaurant is located in the old wind mill what makes it very special and creates a unique atmosphere. The food was really nice and innovative, when using artichoke in an every course. I see a room for improvement in the service.
4 based on 123 reviews
We live as Dutch people in the UK and once in a while it is so very nice to go back to Dutch restaurants. This Van der Valk restaurant is busy but produces good food. Breakfast too is plentiful and nice.
4 based on 457 reviews
Nice house (little like Martin Berasategui) on lake shore (although no view, at least inside â there is a terrace too). Beautiful interior design. 6 course chefâs menu and a la carte. Everything was good in the menu. Good service, smooth pace â not too quick but not too slow either. Iâve visited many Amsterdam Michelin starred, and so far this is a clear winner.
4 based on 81 reviews
We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of food at this hotel restaurant. Sine we had a long layover at AMS, we ate three meals here â lunch, dinner, breakfast. All exceeded expectations. Salmon at dinner was especially moist and Uruguay steak was also good. Fruit at breakfast was delicious.
4 based on 408 reviews
We were staying at a nearby hotel and walked about 1km to get here and were very happy that we did. My wife had catch of the day and I had a ribeye, both of them were very good. The restaurant is a cross between a farm style and modern looking restaurant, the decor was very nice. If we're ever travelling thru the area again, we're definitely going to stop in and enjoy another meal here.
4 based on 217 reviews
The location is great with easy access to a large car park so no hassle to get there by car. We found the ratio price/quality/originality quite good even if I am finding restaurants always too expensive in the Netherlands.Slightly Asian inspired, the menu offers quite a lot of dishes based on fish but meat lovers can also find their specialities (including the burger of course).The service was good with people who are paying attention to their customers and tables.Only the kitchen was potentially a bit slow for serving relatively simple dishes to prepare.Try to be a bit faster and you will surely reach a higher ranking!
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