In the Southeast Netherlands are a large number of restaurants, cafés, bars, and other places where you can let your hair down. in fact, there are so many that we think you’d better ask your friends and colleagues where to go.
Café culture is very popular, and many people enjoy sitting on a terrace the year round with a drink and maybe a light meal. Many terraces are heated in winter and have awnings that protect you against rain or sun. The restaurants and cafés serve a wide range of regional, European, Asian, and other ethnic cuisines. Depending on what you opt for, you can pay anything for a meal from a few euros upwards. Several top restaurants in the region have been awarded Michelin stars, and are obviously more expensive. See www.viamichelin.com for more information (only available in Dutch).
Bear in mind that as of 1 July 2008, smoking is prohibited in all the restaurants in the Netherlands. You have to go outside to smoke; some restaurants have their own smoking area inside.
The English website Diningcity enables you to choose from different restaurants from all over the country. With some of the restaurants, you can even book a table online! Restaurants mentioned on the site, however, are rather expensive.
You will find that not all the restaurants have a website in English, so you might wonder what is on the menu. Luckily, many restaurants have menus in English or are willing to translate the menu for you.
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