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4 based on 137 reviews
Thanks to TripAdvisor we found Sirtaki and absolutely loved it. The service, the ambience, the food, the free Ouzo!!! All of it are top notch and highly recommended.
4 based on 147 reviews
Friendly waitress with a lovely smile. Slightly stand offish but attentive waiter. Steak excellent. Veggie dish deep fried and not what I expected or would have chosen. No choice of House wine offered so just asked for white dry wine and took three attempts to get a decent choice but had to pay for first two glasses even though I had not specifically asked for those. All in all a good experience but a bit more hospitality would have made it 5 star!
4 based on 80 reviews
Visiting this place with some relatives. It is one of the many restaurant and cafÃ©s you can find around Eersels "Markt" and they are offering a nice, small selection of food. The place has this special Dutch cosines and inside it is rather big. While we were visiting it was not so crowded, so noise levels were perfect to have a conversation. The staff is very young and attentive, drinks and food were served in time. The food is very nice and was tasting well. Maybe the portions are a bit big, we had more than enough to eat. It was a nice evening out. Prices were average, for Dutch standards.Feel free to try the other establishments around the "Markt" as well to find out which one suits you, I was happy to have dinner at "Veertien".
4 based on 95 reviews
As a celebration my spouse booked this lovely restaurant with just few couverts -which makes it intimate-. Young staff in a traditional old farm with heavy beams gives a very contemporary excitement. Presentation of the courses, combined with exquisite quality and nice wine tasting makes Prikkelz a reco. No hassle in deciding what to eat and drink- go for the recommended menu.
5 based on 243 reviews
Entering the Treeswijkhoeve we were warmly welcomed by mr. Middelweerd (Chief/owner).When our guest had arrived and our aperitifs were served mr. Middelweerd came to our table and, while cutting and serving a little piece of sausage bread with truffles (delicious), he informed what we would like to have for dinner and if there were any dishes or ingredients we wouldn't like or couldn't eat. Since our guest preferred to choose for Ã la carte instead of having a kind of surprise menu with several small dishes, we all decided to choose for Ã la carte.Just a few minutes after mr. Middelweerd had left, several beautiful and very special amuses were served (some on bamboo sticks). For me, being allergic to scallops and shrimps, the amuses with this ingredients were adapted. Unexpectedly fast. The gentlemen choose to have 3 variations of goose liver, I choose the lobster. Our next choice was a sole meuniÃ¨re and twice a pheasant (delicious old fashioned dish, you hardly can order in restaurants).After the maÃ®tre/sommelier mr v.d. Kerkhof had taken our order, mr Middelweerd came again to our table. He told us that the goose liver was served in 3 courses. And since my lobster was just one course he suggested that he made 3 different courses of my lobster, so have 3 courses too and wouldnât be just watching when the gentlemen had their 3 courses. Great, thatâs what real empathizing in your guests is. The goose liver dishes as well as the variations on the lobster were outstanding.The sole was what a sole meuniere has to be and the pheasants were superb. And then mr. Middelweerd came again. This time with a little steelpan; he said; âwell if you are having an old fashioned pheasant I thought some old fashioned applesauce should go with itâ. Absolutely true!!After the main courses he came again asking if we would like to have any dessert. Since our guest and I decided not to, but my husband was doubting whether he would or not, mr. Middelweerd offered to make him another old fashioned dish; a Dame blanche. My husband gladly accepted the offered Dame blanche and still has sweet dreams about it.Meanwhile mr. v.d. Kerkhof did a great job: talking about what wine too choose to accompany the dishes, serving professionally, being very attentive and relaxed, being witty in a proper way.Conclusion: the Treeswijkhoeve is worth the journey, not only for the terrific food, ambiance and professionalism, but not in the least, for their perfect feeling for hospitality and empathizing in what guests would like: having a perfect evening with delicious food in a relaxed atmosphere.
4 based on 129 reviews
On my way to Eindhoven I stopped here for dinner with my partner several days ago.The setting is fantastic and architecture amazing, but to my humble opinion the food did not reflect the quality of the surroundings.My wife had the tarte tatin with chicoree and I had a piece of beef. The tarte tatin had nothing to do with an upside down caramelised tart , it was soggy, certainly not sweet and you had 2 halves of this lovely vegetables placed on a piece of pastry, with the bitter middlepiece not even cut out . The pastry was served on green runnerbeans, O.M.G. logic that it was not crispy and pleasant.I wanted to order my steak rare but the waiting team member was not aware what this meant so I kept it to medium, did not want to discuss, too tired.I had the same vegetables has my wife and truly think that is not good enough for the prices that they charge, the sauce of "shallots" was tasteless and boring.Conclusion: Great setting, friendly enough associates, disappointing food. Wished I drove on to Eindhoven, will do next time!
4 based on 133 reviews
Promessa is situated in a lovely small Dutch town which is well worth a longer visit than our 15 hours! This restaurant has a lot of competition and choice close by, however we booked based on Trip Advisor reviews and were not disappointed. The restaurant side was not open on the Thursday night we were in town, however the Foodbar offered excellent choice and quality of food, alongside reasonably priced wines and very good and timely service. I tried the distinctively tasting local boar and my wife tried the sole. We then fought over the delightful chocolate, chocolate, chocolate- a must which came with wonderful homemade mint sorbet. We will certainly be returning when in the area.
5 based on 42 reviews
We were taken to this delightful restaurant by Dutch friends. Maureen greeted us warmly and explained the menu that was in Dutch. The service was excellent as was the food. The amuse bouche that was brought to the drinks table set the scene for a delicious meal. Our waiter gave just the correct amount of attention and we left wanting to return again.
For people who like to eat Chinees Food, it is really a very good restaurant. You have a lot of choise, de food is excellent and the people who works there are very friendly
4 based on 122 reviews
The annual Ladies Dinner of my gentleman's discussion group was held in Restaurant Vandeijck. The old farm building has been tastefully transformed into a classy eating space. The multi-course culinary dinner with appropriate wines was of high quality. The portion sizes were rather small but for a group with an average age above seventy this was probably the right strategy. (Personally I left with a feeling that I could eat the dinner again!) The service was excellent.
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