Piet de Leeuw
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Piet de Leeuw information
The building dates from 1900, but it's been a steakhouse and hangout since the 1940s, and the dark and cosy atmosphere has barely changed since. If you don't get your own table, you may make friends at a common table. Good-value steaks come with toppings like onions, mushrooms or bacon, served with salad and piping-hot frites (French fries).