We went on a spontaneous day trip to one of Zeeland's nice beaches and decided to have dinner in Domburg before hitting the road back to Brussels. The main street seemed to offer the traditional set of places where you can have a fast dinner in average qualty for an average price. Luckily we discovered Mondriaan.
When we asked for a table at 6 p.m. the restaurant as well as a kind of wintergarden annex were aready quite full. We understood why after having seen the menu and having tasted some of the dishes.
You get there a real great choice of seafood as well as of meat. Many of the products used are organically grown. My wife asked for a vegetarian alternative and the chef produced spontaneously a starter and an entree. Everything was of excellent quality and showed an ambitious team in the kitchen. I had a "100% bio" menu for the incredible price of 35 € which consisted of a slice of yellowfin tuna perfectly cooked ("bleu"), a sole and a dream of creme brule. This was accompanied by a bottle of Macon Chardonnay that was only one of a number of interesting wines to be found in the wine list.
Friendly staff and a professional services confirmed the very positive impression. Definitely a place to come back to.