Highly recommend to eat! Beautiful food and great service. The lady behind the bar was very attentive and the chef personally served our food. Highly recommend!
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I went there with my girlfriend after visiting the Heineken museum. I must say that they served me one of the best burgers I ever had, and I've had 'em all over the world. The fries were delicious too. Friendly atmosphere and not too expensive....More
We ate lunch here, it is a busy place and it is a pleasure to watch an experience waitress handle the bar and restaurant with professionalism. We ordered mozzarella with Serrano ham and vegetables and Cajun chicken with homemade aioli. My Cajun chicken was amazing,...More
We stumbled upon this after a visit to the adjacent Heineken Experience. Great little bar with wonderful food. Try the pulled pork sandwich. It is sublime. The bar staff were a lot of fun. They kept doing a dozen things at once, but managed to...More
Popped in here for a beer & a quick bite to eat after we did the Heineken Experience! Service was very friendly, helpful and efficient. Food was beautiful. I had a Burger, the meat was so fresh and nice, very tasty! My partner had the...More
Popped in here for a quick drink and returned the next day for breakfast. It's lovely, very small, on the corner of a mind-bogglingly busy street (opposite corner to the Heineken Experience) but friendly and comfortable. Great breakfast, good staff and typical Dutch.
Lovely little cafe right next door to where we were staying. The food is really well made and tasty and the service is impeccable. The coffee and draught beers are second to none. Even when they are rushed off their feet they still deliver excellent...More
We stopped in for lunch after the Heineken Experience. It was convenient and a good fit for our cravings. The food was really good as was the service, once we got some. The gal was SLAMMED. There aren't a lot of places to sit, but...More
Came here after the Heineken experience. Nice service, great food. Got very busy as lunchtime wore on and some people were turned away as no seats.