Restaurant De Eetkamer
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Restaurant De Eetkamer information
De Eetkamer's produce is sourced locally, meats are house-cured and the menu changes with the seasons but might include the likes of foie-gras terrine with rum-marinated raisins, lobster tortellini with bisque, beef and veal sweetbreads braised with chanterelles, and pastry-encased beef Wellington with white mushrooms and fresh herbs.