Our table d'hôtes formula
is an extra service we offer to our guests. You have no obligation. We only
serve evening meals and only to our own guests (and when we do not have other
engagements ourselves of course). It’s a real boon for those arriving the same
day, not wanting to get in their car again to visit a restaurant or trying to
find their way through French menus.
So, we are not a
restaurant, open to everybody. As a consequence you cannot choose from the
menu, but are obliged to accept what has been prepared. However, you need to
tell us - at breakfast at the latest – if you want to have dinner with us. If
possible, we take your wishes into account, such as vegetarian food, special
diets and when there is something you really do not like. Be assured that we
ourselves do not eat tripe or other organ meat that the French like so much.
You may expect a balanced
quality meal with:
So, the concoction of our meals is determined by
the seasons, influences from all over the world and surely by our own taste.
- a starter
- a main course with fresh vegetables
- and a dessert
- ¼ l. of wine p.p.
- coffee or tea
We are not professional
caterers. Corrie likes cooking very much and we are both fond of good food
ourselves. And so you can taste! With us no Chinese take-a ways, ready-made
meals, packages, pots or McBurgers. Instead, fresh vegetables, meat and fruit from
our own garden or those of our neighbors. Do not expect only real Dutch meals,
nor French, Italian, or from whatever country. “Corrie's kitchen” is a mixture
of them all. Sometimes, with a wink to
her Moroccan adventures, she will prepare her guests a Moroccan meal, with
spices freshly bought over there.