We decided to give this place a try and now it has become our favourite place to go while in the shopping centre. You should note that the name of the place is now Brasserie Jardin, otherwise you may be confused.
Everyone was friendly and welcoming and spoke excellent English considering we are in a small village.
The food was great, I definitely recommend the "Duivels Broodje" a bit spicy but not unbearable. It's chicken and on a baguette.
The coffee here is delicious. We also have had a "twaalf uurtje" which is a sort of breakfast meal. An egg with toast and some mushrooms, anyone expecting an English breakfast will be disappointed because it's only a small serving. No sausage!
A really cosy setting, very friendly staff and the ability to pay by card or by cash. Average price range, not for someone on a strict budget, however, if you're out shopping, you'll enjoy a small lunch or even a coffee here. We always do!
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