Excellent beer and food. The server was friendly and helpful in selecting beer choices. I like how they offered a flight of four beers to try for 10 euro. The only downside of the experience is that they do not sell their glassware. The small tasting glasses would make a great souvenir.
Very nice time dining in the small square out front of the restaurant. The Pale ale and cider were excellent. The chicken burger was awesome, but the ribs were just alright (I make similar ones from AH). Key lime cheesecake was great. Service was attentive and fast.
Bar menu, drinks and service all great. Main menu okay and good value but a bit limited. Burger are good but served very rare, so if you like your meat cooked don’t forget to tell them.
A perfect evening. Great service, good food. Nice drink options. Took the platter. Perfect portions.
Together with other friends with little children, we thought we had found the perfect place - decent food, spacious indoor and child-friendly atmosphere. On this latter point we were wrong. Some members of the staff have either tacitly or explicitly made clear that little children are supposed to play with the toys and games at the entrance collected, silent and without dropping a piece on the floor - otherwise toys will be brutally taken away from the table and put away. "Het is niet normaal" - we were told - that toddlers may drop stuff on the floor. How dare they... Appalled, away we went. Thankfully there's better places for families - and more mannered staff too. [ADDENDUM IN REPLY TO THE OWNER] When our three toddlers came into the restaurant with us, we were the sole clients. We two mothers and three toddlers of 1, 2 and 3 years respectively - period. The indoor space was entirely empty. Initially we've let them play on the ground by the windows because they're indeed little toddlers, they can't hold games on a table without messing them up and letting pieces fall. Read well: we did it for carefulness - not for negligence. When your waiter asked to us to sit because of the COVID-19 measures, so we did, and the kids brought some of the games on the table. The 2-years old at some point wanted to put away one of them, which unfortunately fell. We've collected all the pieces. You barked something at us in that exact moment, then grabbed all stuff looking at us as we were savages. Why haven't you addressed us instead?Why haven't you shared your point then? It was me who addressed you asking for explanations - not the contrary. I need no camera to remember how things went. We genuinely thought that in an entirely empty restaurant three active toddlers should have not posed such a tremendous problem to anyone. In fact, it seems they did. We respect that. We feel sorry that a simple lunch out turned out so disappointing for all of us, including you. Only, stick to your argument about it without teaching us where to go and what to do please - after the way you addressed us, we don't feel like receiving any lessons of politeness.