Besides breakfast, lunch and our usual deli food, we would like to introduce you to different international foods. We have decided to serve theme dinners from various European countries on Fridays and Saturdays. Our weekly menus include the following themes:
Every week the theme will change. Join us in experiencing the cuisine, wine and beer from Central and Eastern Europe.
On Thursday's we will have beer or wine tastings with appetizer from the country we futuring.
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we tasting on Thursday and serving on Friday and Saturday.
As of February 1, 2011 I will no longer accept Restaurant.com Gift Certificates.
Dinners are served on Friday and Saturday from 5 to 8 pm.
Queens Birtday Is a celebration in the Netherlands, the Netherlands Antilles, and Aruba on April 30. Originally a celebration of the queen's birthday, it is now mainly known for the 'vrijmarkt'-'freemarket', the one day in the year that anyone is allowed to sell anything in the streets and 'koninginnenacht' on the preceding night.
After 1948 Koninginnedag moved to April 30, the birthday of Queen Juliana. When Queen Beatrix succeeded Juliana on April 30, 1980, she decided to keep the holiday on April 30th as a tribute to her mother. Furthermore, the weather on her own birthday, January 31. tends to prohibit the traditional outdoor festivities. April 30th, however, is renowned for having very pleasant weather. During the reign of Queen Juliana, and the Queen would welcome people who came to the Soestdijk Palas.
The Queen and her family would stand on a dais, and a long line of citizens would walk past, congratulating her and presenting her gifts.