Oosterhout (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈoːstərɦʌut] ( listen); from ooster, "eastern", and hout, "woods") is a municipality and a city in the southern Netherlands. The municipality had a population of 55,005 in 2017.
Things to do in Oosterhout
4 based on 96 reviews
All you order tastes the same, salty salty salty. Kids running around and in between tables and it's often crowded with larger groups. Uniterested staff and poor quality food.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
Eetlokaal Klinkers restaurant is located in Oosterhout centre close to the impressive tower of the St-jans Basilica AD 1493. Furnishings and decoration provide a brasserie-café atmosphere. The food is much better than the name ‘Eetlokaal’ indicates. Service is adequate and friendly. Traditional cuisine defines its...MoreDear Mrs Piket, thank you so much for your kind review. Hope to see you soon again. Best regards, Niels Janssen
4.5 based on 224 reviews
Merlin's trend: A unique and contemporary formula. The Magic Bites menu. Unlimited choose of the 85 most popular bistro dishes. We serve these top dishes in small portions at a fixed price. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday € 29.50 per person. Friday, Saturday and Sunday € 32.50 per person. For the little ones among us € 16.50. Early-bird Action € 25,00! Are you leaving early? For € 25.00 (adults) and € 12.50 (children) you will eat unlimited on Tuesdays to Fridays between 17.00-20.00. For € 27.50 (adults) and € 12.50 (children) you will eat unlimited on Saturday from 17:00 to 20:00 and on Sunday between 15:00 and 19:00. Please mention this at your time of booking.
Always a nice place for a wide range of Tapas.
Extensive assortment of meat, fish and vegetarian dishes.
Try out the early bird deal, from 15.00-19.00, could be 15.30 not to sure.
Excellent service and dishes arrive at a nice tempo.
Don't pig out too quick as you have plenty of time to enjoy most of them.
Don't forget to leave a little room at the end for dessert .
4 based on 107 reviews
We are a mature couple and were taken to this restaurant by a Dutch friend. We had a Japanese meal cooked in front of us which included chicken. fillet of pork and the softest of beef steak each accompanied with a sauce, vegetables and noodles. The chef was friendly, informative and entertaining. The service, unobtrusive, was excellent. Our son is allergic to anything that contains cows milk protein, this was explained to the waiter before ordering and we were given assurances that just slight adjustments by the chef would be needed for us all to enjoy the meal.He was also given a dessert with sorbet instead of ice cream. The restaurant was very busy with many people eating from the buffet. On our next visit to the Netherlands we will defiantly eat here again.
4 based on 54 reviews
4 based on 62 reviews
I have visited the restaurant with a group of business collegaues living close buy and working in Oosterhout. They knew the restaurant and they said that they serve really good Italian food.
And the experience was really good. The restaurant is very stylish and modern but still with very comfortable / cosy environment. Servuce was super friendly (we were served only by women staff) and they really took care of everything.
Starters were really good accompanied with a good Italian wine. For main I had a chicken which was properly seasoned and very tasty. Everything was as it should be.
Will be back for sure!
, and we were just out looking for somewhere to eat. We happened on this rather unassuming place, but from start to finish, the experience was great. The menu was seasonal, and I had the pigeon, followed by Angler fish, then tarte tatin. Everything was perfect, and the...
4.5 based on 94 reviews
The restaurant is located in a nice 'koetshuis' (ie building belonging to a castle). Price/quality is excellent. The chef loves to play with flavours. So a number of small amuse bouche were presented, of which the 'interpretation of ceasar salad' was worthwile remembering. Difficulty with the amuse bouches was that the consistency was difficult to take it with your hands.
As a starter i had the steak tartare. ALthough excellent taste, it was made too complicated. It consisted of steak tartare, chicorice, spelt, a flower, some young roots, pepper ring, salad, marinated colliflower, two types of mayonaise... Probably a little more simplicity would have helped.
Second course was a nice fish dish, where simplicity was indeed applied with only a limited number of ingredients. Much more accessible, and of excellent quality. Top dish!
Wine selected by the sommelier was excellent matching: a red spatburgunder fitting to both steak tartare and fish! Well done.
So definitely worthwile visiting this restaurant. Also when travelling along the motorway, it is just a short hop in the city. Parking is no issue.Service staff is very friendly.
4 based on 67 reviews
Located in the central square of Breda it's quite cosy Greek restaurant. Extensive list of dishes :fish, meat and vegetarian. I have taken some calamaris. I didn't think they were fried because it was not specified in the menù. Not bad I have to say. Big portion! As a dessert I took for fruit salad with cream but it was cream with fruit salad. No healthy option everything full of sauces and in dessert cream everywhere. But it was well presented and abundant!I would recommend it if you are hungry and like garlic sauce and cream!:)
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Fresh fish, kibbeling and fried fish, sushi platters (bit expensive) and very nice prepared oven dishes. Standard stop when in town
4 based on 99 reviews
Good food, easy going and helpfull, nice place for relaxing at a sunny afternoon, the food made me wish to go to Indonesia again.
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