Gare de l'Est
The thoughtful and vigilant caretaker of Dutch journalism history, the press museum is much more interesting to non-Dutch speakers than...
De Gooyer Windmill
This 18th-century grain mill is the sole survivor of five windmills that once stood in this part of town. It was moved to its current...
Sporting two cinemas, a club, a stage for bands and theatre, an eclectic restaurant (serving sandwiches for lunch, and...
Café De Cantine
History buffs, come to feast on this cosy cafe's bizarre past: in the 1920s it was a quarantine house for emigrants staying at the...
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Lonely Planet review
You won't know what to expect from the four courses on the surprise menu until they arrive but dietary requirements (including vegetarianism) can be accommodated. Portuguese tiles and glowing Middle Eastern lamps adorn the interior of the charming 1901 building, but in warm weather the best seats are in the courtyard.