Some years ago it was hard to get a table at the Kersentuin.
When we arrived 19.30h one table was occupied. We were taken to a nice table with a good view. Drinks were taken, one coke and two glasses of white wine. The coke was served but it was suggested that we should first choose our menu and a bottle as well.
The idea is okay, but in the end we had to wait 20 minutes before our first glasses arrived.
Starters were okay,, white tuna, huitre st jacques and steak tartare with a slight oyster taste(?). The main was halibut. It was slightly overcooked . The side dishes however were prepared at least 48 hours before and came from the steam oven or microwave. We asked for 2 glasses of red wine, which were served from an opened bottle ( probably opened the day before). Quality , soso.
For dessert we enjoyed dutch cheeses and a chocolate surpirise. The latter expensive but not exciting probably prepared the previous day.
Check amounted to € 250. By far too much for what was served.
So avoid mondays and or empty restaurant the Kersentuin
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