This restaurant ranks in my top 3 restaurants in Nijmegen. For vegetarians this is must. Great adventurous dishes and nature wines. Try it, you will love it. Not cheap but it's worth the euros.
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I was marveled up to my expectations - and even beyond - by an evening dinner visit to this intriguing taste - foundry . The setting is minimalistic , rather sober and casual , a little sub .. . The service is prompt , the...More
Was highly recommended. Food came regularly, quickly, and was beautifully presented. Generally was very tasty and certainly different from other restaurants in Nijmegen. Worth a visit.
Though living in Nijmegen it was our first time at DNW. Very nice atmosphere, excellent service and above all perfect food from local products! The drinks/juices they make themselves are (almost) as good as wine to your dinner.
When you are in for a treat and for new tastes, experimenting in a friendly and casual setting, enjoying local and healthy food you cannot make yourself, go to De Nieuwe Winkel! Not only a wine arrangement, but also a beer arrangement and a non...More
We were looking for something extraordinary for our anniversary and have tried several restaurants in Nijmegen before. "De nieuwe winkel" has definitely been a great choice and didn't disappoint in any way. We had one vegetarian and one regular menu and both enjoyed it very...More
An experience you have to feel, smell, eat, enjoy. And to tell all your friends. Lokal products, cooked bij a great chef. This is a restaurant you will visit again! Small portions but after your different meals you have a nice full feeling. It not...More
OK, this is me; if I may pick something: steak is the name. So all this veggie stuff is beyond my radar. Until I dined here. What a pleasant surprise. The texture, the small and hidden surprises, the opulent taste, the variety, too good to...More
Probably one of the best restaurants in the Nijmegen area, and certainly the one with the most original dishes. We tasted a number of vegetable dishes, and they were all both a feast for the eye and the mouth, and accompanied by either juice, wine...More