We booked on the strength of previous reviews and were not disappointed. All the tables were reserved so we wouldn't have got in without a reservation and there were a few people turned away on the night so whilst not exactly on the well trodden tourist paths, it does get some passing trade (or not!). The restaurant is small but as a result can serve really excellent quality food. The staff were attentive and we enjoyed ourselves enormously. My husband rated it just about the best retaurant that we went to during our trip (we also visited Brasserie Vlaming and Greetje) although I preferred the slightly more traditional Dutch air of the other two. I really enjoyed my guinea fowl and the idea of an "in between" course is really good as it meant I could have the oysters which I didn't want as a whole starter. It meant we shared a pudding as we were so full. This isn't an inexpensive place to go for dinner, but it was definitely worth it.
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