We enjoyed our lunch in this grand cafe at the centre of Dwingeloo I had flammkuchen and wife bread with goatcheese. Both very tastefull. Recommended
We went here for lunch and although the service was friendly, it was too slow. Our food arrived before our drinks (finally) did. The food was rather tasteless. The terrace is a nice place to enjoy the sun.
You better not be in a hurry to eat. Our server needed to be prodded to get menus, to get second drinks, and to get the bill. And we waited over an hour to get our food, which was decent but all overcooked. This place...More
We had a good meal here last night - vegetarian spring roll and salad to share as a starter, then a lady steak and mushroom sauce for Jenny with all the potato and veg accompaniments (the leeks were especially tasty) and an excellent goats cheese...More
Dwingerloo has quite a few attractive looking restaurants, but we choose this one due to its location over looking the Brink (which is a bit like a village green). This turned out to be a good choice. Its a pleasant grand cafe, with friendly staff....More
We had a very good family lunch for our party of six adults and four children (3-7yrs). We stay in nearby Diever and have eaten in most of the restaurants there but this compares with the best. After moving inside from the terrace as the...More