We wanted to try different styles of cooking while on our trip so tonight it was Dutch. Disappointed that the pot roast was not "ready" even though it was 8:30 or so when we sat down to eat but the server was very friendly and the food was simple but good. We ordered and shared the ceasar salad, the Boeren Schnitzel, the Weiner Schnitzel and the Crispy Fried Trout. The Boeren Schnitzel with bacon, onions & mushrooms was more flavorful than the traditional Weiner Schnitzel. All dishes were served on top of cauliflower which even the cauliflower haters in the party enjoyed and the caribbean rice on the side was not spicy but was good. We had chocolate cake and apple pie for dessert which were both simple and delicious. A nice, safe meal and a good experience overall.
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