De Brasserie de Engelenbak
Back north, the Marekerk dates to 1639 and has a beautiful eight-sided wooden interior. Try to sneak a peak during Sunday services.
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Mangerie De Jonge Koekop
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Lonely Planet review
Right in the shadow of the 17th-century octagonal Marekerk, this elegant bistro serves a seasonally changing menu of fresh fare that takes its cues from across the continent. Local organic produce features in many of the dishes. Tables outside enjoy views of the hoi polloi. An adjoining cafe serves snacks until midnight.