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It was my Grandmother's 91st birthday and my parents had heard about this place. I love lobster and I can tell you it's the best lobster I've ever had. The place is quirky and old-school and is run by an amazing woman. The food is...More
This place is unprecedented! Its all about fresh lobster, brought in three times a week. No meat available. The lobsters are served one per person and have some 6-8 different preparations. Expect a huge lobster for around 50EUR. Try the house version in a thick...More
So don't tell anybody :-). Quite particular this cosy restaurant. Nothing for snobbish people that are afraid of a street filled with foreign nationalities. Come with the subway cause no parkingplaces available on in the street, or you must be very lucky. But the food...More
Small & unpretentious: no such place on the market any more!
Owner is Guuske, an active 76 year old.
Setting: Old tables and chairs, pictures on the wall that have nothing to do with a restaurant, but ... delicious lobster and oysters!
Succulent lobster, bouillabaise or original fish 'waterzooi' in a very simple but authentic bistrot setting, for which you always have to make reservations well in advance. The lady of the house personally checks whether everthing is fine. Count about 60€ per person for the main...More
Great restaurant that's been around since the 70's.
Got to known it through friends of my parents and have been there many times.
I even asked my parents to take me there for my 18th birthday.
Do not expect a fancy restaurant.
Do expect authentic...More