The restaurant setting is interesting, open air between buildings in town. Interesting and enjoyable decoration and it lends a good atmosphere. The restaurant advertises on the wall and on signs that they have a 50 guilder three course menu, but when we asked what was included they said they had no more....strange as we were one of the first arrivals for dinner. When we ordered the fish soup from the menu, the waitress returned to say they had no more...When the starters arrived they were great, tasty, hot and very enjoyable. We had to wait a really long time for the second course, which was equally good. In short, setting and atmosphere were great, food was good, service a little inconsistent.
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