Delicious food, we had snails in garlic butter, deer steak and calf rib eye. A sensation for the taste buds, and cooked to perfection. A must if you visit this wonderful town.
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We went to the Breton restaurant last night and all I could say is it is simply superb. We had several dishes including escargot, deer steak, and kalf rib eye, accompanied with frites and a house salad all of which were extremely tasty, seasoned perfectly...More
Wow, This place is great absolutely tiny inside with the chefs effectively working in the restaurant, really good food as the title says freshly prepared - if they've got the sardines try them - the Creme brûlée looked amazing but the diet (unusually) said no...More
While the quality of food was good, (I had an absolutely wonderful hamburger which turned out to be more like a filet steak with foie gras and pancetta topping - and really lovely salads), I was seriously unimpressed with the chef's listening skills. Having checked...More
A busy resto with good and pleasant service Simple cuisine, reasonably priced and well presented Great French fries
We were recommended to go here by the young waiter in a nearby bar who was very pleasant and helpful on our first day, which seemed to augur well for his local knowledge. Serendipity indeed as Brasserij Breton is a star. Both meat and fish...More
Cozy place with good and tasty food, from starters to full plates, with various culinary influences. Only down side was slow service, although staff was nice and friendly.
I needed a small lunch during shopping and of course went to the Korte Putstraat, the place for food. At 12h30 the (small) place was empty. I ordered a glass of white wine and really liked it since it was a dry wine (and quite...More
-- Tasty food, served in so-called starter portions, which were nevertheless quite generous. -- Delicious grilled chicken; good grilled prawns; nice dressing on the salad. -- Good coffee accompanied by a 'Bosch bon', a special praline monster inspired by Hieronymus Bosch! -- Service rather slow,...More