Getting its name from the medieval Duchy of Limburg (now split among Holland, Belgium and Germany and the birthplace of the infamously pungent Limburger cheese), Limburg is the Netherlands’ southernmost region. Many of the area’s best attractions are concentrated in the capital of Maastricht, but other sights include the 12th-century Valkenburg castle ruins, the 17th-century Eijsden castle, the 20th-century Glaspaleis (built next to a medieval church at Heerlen), and De Meinweg National Park.
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4.5 based on 693 reviews
In the magnificent Jekerdal valley, just on the Belgian border, is Chateau Neercanne. The beautiful Baroque Gardens of the 17th century castle are divided over four levels, all of them UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The highest Terrace offers a wonderful view over of the Gardens and the magnificent valley. Chateau Neercanne has a rich cultural and culinary tradition. Treat yourself to dinner at the a la carte Restaurant Chateau Neercanne. Our attractive marl-built function rooms are ideal locations for parties, receptions and meetings. The unique wine cellars in the marl caves form an unparalleled setting for a wine-tasting session or for enjoying an aperitif.
My husband and I had our 15 year anniversary at this restaurant. But first we were invited for a glass of champagne in the caves. The cave was very nicely decorated and there were little candles burning. At the restaurant we had this very nice...MoreBeste Yvonne C. Thank you so much for your review and we all wish you many happy years together. Specially in this season the autumn colors are amazing. Cor Schormans
5 based on 161 reviews
A reunion with special friends. Each course floats on air, is fun, made us smile and tantalized taste buds. The wine is perfectly matched with the cuisine, while at the same time being tailored to individual choice. The atmosphere is discreet and private while attentive and personal. An incredible team creating a memorable, local food and wine experience. I hope to have the opportunity to visit again soon.
4.5 based on 211 reviews
Small but nice and cozy living room decorated "eatcafe" on restaurant level. About thirty seatings for dinner, drinks only limited if there is a free table or on reservation for whisky lovers. Over 550 whisky's in stock, expert advice is always possible! Also very extensive range of other alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages. Illy coffee! Constant four beers on tap. Monthly whisky tastings. Extensive menu with Scotch (whisky) dishes, local and international, mostly Mediterranean cuisine. Ever changing vegetarian dishes. Asparagus, mussels, salads and rich choice of venison in the seasons. Diets and allergies expert chef always present. Environmentally conscious, biologically appropriate and fair trade are important. Training company for 20 years, working with handicapped youngsters.
This restaurant is located in a side street of the central market place. But boy, is this a place to take a short stroll to. First of all, the reception. Very hearthy and open. Then, of course, there's the gargantuan number of whisk(e)ys on offer,...MoreThank you so much for your fantastic review Pascal! Maybe someday, I will find some time to translate, next to our menu (already in English), also the toilet-items into English.
4.5 based on 206 reviews
TRenowned for exceptional quality and outstanding service, Restaurant Château St. Gerlach’s à la carte menu is masterfully designed to delight both the eyes and palate. Occupying three of the Château’s traditional reception rooms, the restaurant’s visually impressive dishes are inspired by the opulent furnishings and elaborate wall and ceiling frescoes. Guided by French classics, Chef de Cuisine Guido Le Bron de Vexela and his team, use innovative techniques and modern influences to showcase the very best fresh, organic products derived from the estate Gardens and local countryside.
We came to this restaurant during our stay at this lovely hotel. Food and wines were all good, service was very friendly. It was a great evening for us and worth again a visit.
5 based on 188 reviews
the couple man wife are very nice and wellcoming. The menus are chosen by the chef , but excellent quality, of course small changes are possible, the restaurant is located at the pittoresque square and the restaurant is very well decorated and furnished. High quality
5 based on 200 reviews
This is high end, gastro-engineered food presented in a modern way. It is a joy to your mouth, your tongue and your tummy.
Each dish is a well thought out work of art that tastes great. Your senses are challenged. Your eyes amaze at the colors and composition. Your nose smells these wonderful aromas. And finally, your tongue get grab and shaken by absolutely amazing tastes. It is really a treat to eat here.
4.5 based on 159 reviews
As far as the food is concerned, you just can't go wrong here... every bite you take releases a taste explosion on your taste buds. For the food itself I would have rated this review with 6 stars if I could, unfortunately "attitude" gave me a bad aftertaste.
The lady who owns the place seems to think that part of her patrons are total idiots. For this occasion we had a Groupon package that included the meal and a night in a Junior SUITE (yes the voucher explicitly mentioned SUITE). However, when we arrived at the hotel in question (Van der Valk Heerlen), this turned out to be a so called Junior Room... which is smaller than their standard rooms.
Upon arrival I told the owner that I didn't appreciate that, especially since in the e-mails leading to the reservation there always had been a reference to a JR Suite. At first she tried to convince me that in fact a Junior Room is the same as a Junior Suite, since I have some experience with the hospitality industry I let her understand that I'm not the person who can be fooled by such baloney. Then her reaction was: oh well you get spend the night in a nice room with a rain shower, that's a good week-end anyway! That attitude is insulting and terribly arrogant, I would expect more from a Michelin rated restaurant owner.
Lady, take a lesson in humility... patrons pay your bills.
4.5 based on 178 reviews
We visited Da Vinci already several times over more than 20 years, and our most recent visit dated from 8 years ago. Based upon our earlier experiences and the two Michelin star rating, our expectations for lunch were high. But we also visited many top restaurants in the Netherlands and abroad in the intermediate years, so our taste has further developed. The welcoming was nice and we started with champaign in the ground floor lounge area, with distant river views. Several amuses/appetizers were served. We noted that the stylish interior had not been changed since at least 15 years. The same went for the dishes, decoration, etc. And although we don't expect interiors to change frequently, it suddenly looked dull to us. We went downstairs for the restaurant area, with no external views. But our table had kitchen view: always exciting! We noted the young team hard and very disciplined at work, sometimes directed by the chef. Our six course lunch consisted of lovely dishes, of course, but without ever becoming very memorable. No excitement, new taste combinations, new structures at all. Best dish was a small cup of broccoli soup with a foam of piccalilly. We had expensive ingredients in extremely small portions, like one sliced coquille being the core of the dish, with many other ingredients aside lacking unity. The accompanying wines were also served in small protions, at one moment we even thought the sommelier misunderstood us for having ordered a so called Bob-arrangement. Service was kind and efficient, but we expected more. The young sommelier talked so fast and articulated so poor that we couldn't understand him in many cases. During previous visits chef Margot showed up at the tables, but not this time. Host Petro didn't make much of a conversation either today. We concluded that Da Vince is a very good restaurant, but it doesn't surprise nor excite us anymore. And than the bill feels as too high.
5 based on 231 reviews
In Michelin awarded restaurant De Lindehof you can enjoy a contemporary total concept: culinary tour de forces in a modern and hospitable ambiance.
Like many other places in Holland this restaurant has also his own signature with is in Benefit for the gourmet costumer . The classic cuisine of this chef gets a modern touch with the courage of mixing Eastern indegrients in a European cuisine in perfect harmony . The Sommelier with is personal Humor and more important his professional and wide knowledge of wines will complete a wonderfull tasty dinner you will encounter . Once again the Dutch are global top
4.5 based on 259 reviews
Culinary creations inspired by journeys. Experience gained in top restaurants. Flavors from afar. Regional products. Beautiful wines. Craftsmanship. Local hospitality with a touch of Canadian charm. Restaurant One is the creation of Limburger Edwin Soumang and Canadian Bethany DeLong. Their international hospitality experience is palatable; Bethany and Edwin have seen much of the world which for them has been, and continues to be, a great source of inspiration. One will pamper you in a unique ambiance, where you’ll enjoy traditional flavours with a modern twist and delight in the hospitable atmosphere. Edwin creates dishes that have been inspired both far and near, from across the globe to just down the road. International wines. Foreign grapes and local tastes. Bethany's expert advice ensures delicious food and wine pairings. Hospitable. Professional. Creative. Restaurant One invites you to come Taste the passion. Feel at home. One is open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday; Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, One receives lunch guests. You’ll find RestaurantOne in the ECI cultural factory, on an island in the heart of Roermond. Walking distance from the city center. Ample parking nearby.
No pictures or words can do justice to the food there! It was outstanding. Best birthday present ever!
We took the Tasting menu with 8 courses. I will never forget this amazing experience! Every course we were served was different and filled with different textures and food combinations that you wouldn't normally think of. There, food is art and it is definately deserving of the Michelin star! My first time in this kind of restaurant and I'm happy it was this amazing! My tastebuds have never been happier!
The Rosé veal tenderloin and cheek was by far my favourite alsoThe Boeuf La Roche! As for dessert the ONE's 70% chocolate..amazing!
The staff also deserved a shout out! Very nice and good people! We were served in a good tempo. A kind hostess with perfect English! Had pleasure to eat there! Thank you!
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