We took a walk around the square looking at the menus and the different options available, and decided to try the Van Rijn. Hidden behind café umbrellas, it was only once we walked into the restaurant that we suddenly got that wow moment.
The interior is impressive, with one wall of paintings (some digital - watch the changes), and the bar with its array of bottles against a subdued white light.
The steaks were excellent, and the vegetables were well prepared and made for a memorable meal.
This is not a cheap place to eat, we had a main course, vegetable side, and bottle of good wine for slightly less than 100 Euros (tip extra of course). However, you get what you pay for, and I would thoroughly recommend this restaurant for the ambience and good food.
We felt very relaxed here, and after the meal we retired to the bar for a few more casual drinks.
Two days later we were passing the restaurant and dropped in for a few glasses of wine. Very relaxed, we would recommend it.
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