Reviews on European food in Brielle, South Holland Province, The Netherlands. 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.
3 based on 48 reviews
Unpretentious, very friendly hotel, with excellent staff. Food is very pleasant - the uitmijster was great, and is located right in the Centrum of Brielle.
4 based on 60 reviews
I really like Greek food for its simplicity and beautiful tastes as well as being oh so healthy and this restaurant does itself and Greek food justice. Not a bad dish to be had here and all the ingredients are fresh.For me has to be one of the best restaurants in Brielle.
4 based on 172 reviews
We were on a business trip in the area and since we wanted to go for something more than a sandwich, we went to Chez Andre in Brielle because it was the only place to go to. If you compare it to other spots in the area, this is certainly the best one. If you, however, expect to have a proper restaurant at a city-level, you will be disappointed.Small, cozy and more like a cafeteria, the place offers some European dishes as well as typical Dutch things such as "uitsmijter". If you have never tried it, then I would recommend it to you. Otherwise there is nothing special in the European-cuisine and frankly speaking the place is just of the type: "get-in-order-eat-leave". The things we got from the menu were tasty, but certainly not to a level to come back here. In the end, Chez Mario served its purpose to offer us a decent lunch, buy nothing more.If in the area and looking where to have lunch - recommended. If nor no point of especially visiting it.
4 based on 66 reviews
Visited the town of Brielle one day during the Christmas break, although the best time to visit Brielle is April 1st (no joke), we had a great time. This restaurant is the oldest in the city and located close to the big church. The staff is very friendly, helpful with catering for special dietary requirements and can tell tales of Brielle's and Kont Van Het Paard's history. The place itself is very cosy and has live folk music on Sunday afternoons (it is packed). The food is excellent as is the menu diversity. The restaurant/pub is also very diverse as on weekends it turns into a dancing bar. If I find myself in Brielle again, I plan to go again...
4 based on 86 reviews
Great, beautiful, cosy restaurant with fresh ingredients, for a lot of people the best spare ribs and great service.
This is a top notch French-style restaurant that has a classy feel while still maintaining a rustic, informal setting in the beautiful downtown centre or Brielle. We had a four course meal that included a duck cocotte, trout, flank and rib-eye steak and a mixed dessert with coffee and sweets to finish off the night.Delicious food, well prepared, great wait staff and beautiful setting. Highly recommend for couples, families and business events. Will be back for sure.
4 based on 203 reviews
Brielle was a fantastic stop off on our way back to the Rotterdam - Hull ferry tonight. Lots of intresting shops and a perfect place for late lunch.Ambiance of the bar is brilliant and the spicy spare ribs to die for.Needed a take home bag and will enjoy a pulled pork butty tomorrow.Excellent value, great staff so will be back on our next trip.
4 based on 85 reviews
My husband and I had a steak with chips (and salad) and everything was divine. The decoration was lovely (just a tiny bit too dark) and the service was amazing. We asked for a menu in English which was produced right away by a lovely and friendly waiter. I would love to go back again!
4 based on 196 reviews
Stopped here for dinner with a friend while in the Rotterdam area.Saw that may other reviewers had mentioned the lobster bisque and they are right, it's great!The service was good and the atmosphere was comfortable and relaxed.Would certainly recommend this and would go back again when I'm next in the area.Oh! and the prices were very reasonable.
4 based on 171 reviews
Food - the starter of tomato and mozzarella salad arrived with no fresh tomatoes - sun dried tomatoes (too intense and no real reason for that) and pretty crudely chopped. Could have done much better at home without even thinking about it. Main of prawns was good. For clients who order the pappardelle then a half wheel of Parmesan is wheeled out (table next to us ordered) and the pappardelle is mixed in the cheese wheel with flaming Italian brandy to finish the sauce - if you like that i guess it is ok but a bit 1970âs theatre for me and worse when the waiting staff were so over zealous in mixing the sauce and pasta in the cheese wheel that the sauce went flying on to a silk blouse of the customer who ordered the dish. When it came to paying, it took three attempts to get the right bill. Some of the food was ok but pretty standard Italian restaurant faire, not really memorable as there are lots of great and better Italian restaurants around.
4 based on 52 reviews
Good food for a great and nostalgic price. This is what you can expect from Restaurant Duinhoek. A surprising menu which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes as well as bar snacks. Restaurant Duinhoek has a lovely lounge terrace situated at the wat
Food was very nice. Service was slow. Only managed to get one drink with our meals. 4 starters 4 mains 4 drinks 10% discount. 80 euros. Not bad. Would go back. Prawn cocktail is brown shrimps. Tappas was really good. Half chicken just that.
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