Salad with Pastrami of goose
Sweet and sour of green asperagus, fried sauerkraut and mustard dressing
Cottage cheese, parsely, potato, leek and capers
Wild boar, coarse mustard and Amsterdam sour
Avocado cream, tomato, sauerkraut, corander and sriacha vegan mayonnaise
Italian wrap with salad of chrispy chicken tighs, pesto and tomato
Steamed bun with hoisin sauce, shiitake, snow peas and red pepper
Beef of mustard- cheese croquettes with bread, butter and mustard
Soup of the day
Cheese or ham and cheese tosti
Beet, blueberries, cinnamon and yoghurt
Serranoham ripened 14 months, chorizo Iberico bellota, terrine of rabbit, roasted pork belly, liquorice, onions in balsamic vinegar and bread (2 pers)
Herb butter, olive oil and hummus
carpaccio and cream form kolhrabi
With hazelnut and harissa mayonnaise
Duck liver terrine
Beet, apple and brioche
Tataki of tuna
Noodles, coriander, sesame, spring onion and rettich
Spinach, Frisian clove cheese and lemon- lime dressing
Rose roasted veal with mackerel mayonnaise and capers
Saint maure goat cheese
Blood orange, beet, nuts and balsamic dressing
with old cheese, coeur de boeuf, onion, bbq sauce, fries, poached egg and sauce hollandaise
Stewed veal cheek
Smoked potatoes puree, green asparagus with its own gravy
Sauerkraut with oimenton dulce, shallot saice and sweet potato fries
Three preperations of celeriac
With hazelnut, eryngii, parmesan, camomile and citrus foam
Mature cheese, coeur de boeuf tomato, onion, bbq sauce and fries
Caramelized white chocolate mousse
Dark chocolate cream and matcha tea
Curd cheese bavarois
Red fruit and blood– orange sorbet ice cream
Pineapple tarte tatin
With vanilla ice cream
4 types, served with fig loaf and quince
Your choice of coffee or tea with homemade treats
Typical Dutch bitterballen
Vegetarian springrolls and samosas
Huge portion, dried susage, salsa, guacamole, melted cheese
Pinot Grigio ‘Kris’, Veneto, Italy
Thirst-quenching and invigorating. A Pinot Grigio at its best. Through the Northern location of the Vineyard, the warm days are interspersed with cool nights, what creates a pleasant acidity.
Saint Aubin Premier Cru, Hubert Bouzereau-Gruere et filles, Bourgogne, France
A splendid wine. Produced by the two sisters Marie Anne and Marie Laure.
Descendants of a very old, high esteemed family business. Cleary one of the best wines of the district, even considered that this region produces very famous wines like Meursault, which is situated only a stone's throw away.
This ring, refined elegance you may also expect in your glass.
Chablis, Domaine Fèvre, Bourgogne, France
This wine is produced on one of the largest family owned domains of Chablis: Nathalie & Gilles Fevre. The vastness of it enables tem to pick of finest grapes for themselves and sell the rest.
This results in phenomenal quality wines, year after year. A clear Chablis: no wood, rich in minerals, due to the chalky, soils of the terrains. This kind of Chablis one hopes for, the way it is supposed to be.
Sancerre, Domaine des Brosses, Loire, France
Sauvignon- blanc in optima forma. A full bodied classic Sancerre of a small family domain of which one can clearly distinguish the chalky hills in the nose. It is bone dry, with refined long-lasting layouts of subtile fruit and some pronounced aroma's.
Godello 'Montenovo', Bodegas ValdeSil, Valdeorras, Spain
This wine comes from the oldest domains of Galicia, already known to the Romans for its gold ore and lime stone, where the oldest vines are found.
Just north of Portugal, south of Bilbao. This astonishing gastronomic wine is denoted by itsgolddrimmed minerals and accordingly can handle every meal, even intense herbs like wasabi
Chardonnay, Roc de Belame, La Montage Noire, France
Golden chardonnay with lots of character and a fine bouquet. The palate keeps up the fruity theme with peach, pear and pineapple. Summer in a glass. Suits salads, chicken and fish well.
Sauvignon Blance, Roc de Belame, La Montagne, Noire, France
Its color is pale yellow. Its fragrance is gushing, powerfull and aromatic. Spilling exotic fruit like mango, lime and lychee. Green apples and figs as well. it has a long- lasting fresh aftertaste.
Champagne Collet, Brut ‘Art Deco’, France
Our cava is absolutely great, no doubt. However it is no competition for this champagne. Here we have a softly sparkling present to yourself, because you deserved it somehow. It has ripened long in the cellars in the bottle. You will find a reason to order one.
It is rich in taste, with less acids than usual in so many champagnes. One can easily drink more than just a sip to toast with.
Cava Brut, Molí Coloma, Penedès, Spain
Fresh and fruity aromas, with subtle citrus and even a hint of grapefruit. Produced with three regional grapes from Penedes, which results in a rich, long- lasting, full bodied taste.
Pinot Noir, Johan Meyer, Elgin, South-Africa
In a high altitude area near Cape Town, remarkably cool for South African standards, a European-like Burgundy top wine is produced during a long moderate growing season. A wine without any additives whatsoever, completely organic, very full of character, lively and fruity.
Chianti Classico, Fattoria Lornaño, Tuscany, Italy
This wine comes from a small-scaled family domain in the heart of Tuscany. This is a typical example of the sangiovese grape, juicy red fruit with a hint of cherries and some subtly wood-bearing.
Ribera del Duero Crianza ‘Gavilan’, Vina Pedrosa, Spain
So hard to find nowadays: 18 months of aging on American as wel as Spanish oak. Yes! Resulting in a not too heavy, rather complexe wine. Great with red meat as well as with cheese. A wine that really matters.
Syrah, Roc de Belame, France
Ruby red, close to purple. A fragrance reminiscent of black pepper and forest berries with a hint of sweet herbs. This is a truly fine wine for a reasonable price. A fruity, elegant, soft strucured, delicate wine
Primitovo, Sant Andrea Cantino Paradiso, Italy
This Primitivo isbrought to you from the heel of the Italian boot: Puglia. Historically known as a geat wine growing region, it has gained even more importance in the last few years. Producing full bodied wines full of sweet ripe fruit flavours. It goes very well with red roasted meat and spicy stews. You will immediately appreciate the tones of anise and cinnamon and its smoky touch
Grenache- Syrah 'La Tribu', Valencia Spain
Mediteranean seasoning, spices and herbs. Southern spirit and lots of character, soft tanines and dark red fruit. Ideal for sipping as an aperitif, slightly chilled, but also the perfect companion for a fine supper
Quat’ Saisons, Chateau La Mascaronne, Provence, France
This biologically produced light colored wine is quite aromatic, soft in taste and reminds you of 'Joie de vivre' in de Provence, where the rich and famous tend to enjoy lice tot he max four seasons long. Shut your eyes and you will find yourself on the sunny Croissette in Cannes among movie stars.
Open your eyes and you might just find one or two of them on our terrace
Les Vignerons, Grenache-merlot Rose, France
This blend of the two very popular grapes Grenache and Merlot proves their perfect match. You will immediately recognize berries on one side and passion fruit on the other. They mingle fine and perfectly accommodate salads and all kinds of meat.