Find out what French restaurants to try in Appingedam. Appingedam (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌɑpɪŋəˈdɑm] ( listen); Gronings: n Daam) is a municipality and a city in the northeastern Netherlands. Although there is no certainty as to the exact age of Appingedam, historical research demonstrates that the place in which the city would eventually be built had been inhabited for over a millennium. Specifically, the area in which the earliest traces of human settlements have been reported is the Wierde, a quarter located in the northern part of the city centre. Today, a narrow, winding street by the same name runs along the waterfront as a living testimony to the times gone by. The characteristic landmarks of the old Wierde are still recognizable today: the historical East-West Canal, called “Diep,” dug to the south of the Wierde, diked on both sides, still defines the unique layout of the downtown Appingedam.
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4 based on 16 reviews
Homemade food is what we serve you. Modern location with good food
Loppersum is a tiny place and we were pleasantly surprised to find this friendly brasserie open. We had been travelling all day but only wanted a light supper. The courgette soup was was delicious, well seasoned and came accompanied by bread with herb butter and ham. Service was friendly and relaxed and we were able to use the free WiFi to plan the next bit of our journey. Iâd definitely recommend this as an off the beaten track find!
3 based on 9 reviews
The restaurant and bar are adjacently located close to the lobby, restaurant is one level up the stairs. The place is nice overlooking the train station. The food is decently good. There are menus in local/English and German language. The taste and quantity of food was decently good. The service can be a bit slow during busy times. Overall a nice place for a meal and drink, considering the options in the surrounding. They also give out packed meals very early in the morning for travel/work, if this is pre-arranged a day before with them.
4 based on 25 reviews
At dinner time we unexpectedly found ourselves in Delfzijl, without having researched restaurants beforehand. After seeing only bars, a pizzeria, and krokett shops, we stumbled on De Kakebrug with a board outside advertising a sliptong (sole) special for 18 euros. We were the only customers on this rainy Wednesday night, but the chef/owner and the waiter treated us like honored guests. The sole was fresh, crispy, and delicious. Sides of asparagus, salad, frites, and fried potatoes were perfectly cooked. This was a gem of a restaurant and a culinary treat.
4 based on 34 reviews
We love this restaurant / pub which is located in the central part of Delfzijl, it is also part of the Singel Hotel. We have stayed at the hotel on two occasions, which is aligned with the restaurant for the breakfast portion of your stay. We have also enjoyed a tasty meal when visiting with my parents back in May. It was a very tasty meal and the staff are always friendly & efficient! On Kings day 2013 we witnessed this pub have a great party!Dear Sasha,First of all I would like to thank you for your visit to Grand CafÃ© Het Lokaal and taking the time to leave your review on TripAdvisor in which you grant us a wonderful score. It makes me proud to read that you enjoyed our services and we would love to welcome you back with us in the near future!With kind regards,Management Grand CafÃ© Het Lokaal
3 based on 10 reviews
The "Dijkstraat" is the main pedestrian area of Appingedam. Behind the houses runs the small local river the "Damsterdiep". That day we visited Appingedam it was glorious weather; we had spotted the garden of "De Koning van Groningen" (The King of Groningen) with the chairs, tables and sun umbrellas from across the Damsterdiep. "De Koning van Groningen" offers sandwiches, fast food and warm and cold drinks. Settling down in the garden at a table in the shade we were pleasantly surprised that table service was operating; in comparable establishments you have to order at the counter. Nothing wrong with that, but table service adds of course a layer of luxury. What can I say. The shaded seats in the garden at the historical Damsterdiep were enjoyable, the beer was cold, the food OK and the service polite and to-the-point. To be recommended for a simple, enjoyable, inexpensive lunch.
4 based on 40 reviews
The lunch menu here is not extensive but the food delicious, well prepared and presented. The soup was smooth and tasty and the rolls generously filled. The room was sumptuous with high ceilings, a warm cosy log fire, interesting architecture and stained glass windows. The service was friendly and efficient. All in all an excellent lunch.
4 based on 21 reviews
fantastic food: from excellent ala carte (cote de boeuf) to chefs surprise 5-course dinner we had. Fresh northsea lobster and coquilles, succulent tartar and two types of dry-aged beef followed by a fabulous trio of strawberry& raspberry. And what makes it extra ordinary is the highly affordable prices- star level cooking for the price you would pay for an ordinary fish&chips in Amsterdam. and thw wine list is also an invitation to endulge in stead af a walletsucker. The venue is also very special, an old church located in pittoresque appingedam.definitely worth coming from Groningen or anywhere else in the region for either lunch or dinner.
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