The dream of an artist has materialised: a paradise on earth where sustainability forms the basis for harmony. Het Paradijs (Paradise) offers a unique, inspiring environment for parties, receptions, lunch, high tea and dinner parties for up to 100 diners. They mainly use organic and fair trade ingredients in their vegetarian kitchen. They combine their creativity, experience and love to create delicious dishes. Most of the guests forget that there is no meat! Read more »
The Netherlands is home to ‘Puur! uit eten’, Pure! Food & Travel’s sister site. Launched in 2005, the website puuruiteten.nl shows you where in the Netherlands you can enjoy pure food: organic, local food, sustainably caught fish, veggie and fair trade. More than 50 restaurants and other food spots and all the Dutch farmers’ markets. When you visit the Netherlands and if your Dutch is up to scratch don’t forget to download the free iPhone app.
Looking for a particular city in the Netherlands? Check the city guide on this site, it shows you all Pure! spots in Amsterdam or any region in the Netherlands.
Every party becomes a unique happening with Puur-e catering. They use the best local produce to make delicious regional dishes. It doesn’t matter if it’s just for eight people or for 200. Puur-e makes sure every guest leaves with a unique culinary moment to remember. They can cater at your home, your workplace or at a special location of your choosing. The menu varies with every job, they let the occasion and seasons guide their choices. Read more »
You will find Brasserie Marie in the old flood barn across from the pancake house. The flood barn used to be a safe haven for cattle when the Mariënwaerdt estate was hit by floods. Read more »
“Isn’t it beautiful here?” wrote Anne Frank to her grandmother when she stayed in Estate Hotel Groot Warnsborn with her father.
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Located in a high-ceilinged historic building situated on the Rijnkade (Rhine embankment) in Arnhem, the Netherlands, Dining56 head chef Remco Jansen works with fresh ingredients that are inspired by what is in season. The menu is based on classics from the French and Italian kitchen, but the chefs also look for exciting combinations in Asian and other international kitchens. Read more »
Restaurant Aan Sjuuteeänjd lies in the green south Limburg countryside, in the Netherlands, which is famed for its hike and bike trails. The restaurant is located in an old farm and has a great outdoor terrace. The kitchen produces regional Limburg dishes that are presented in a contemporary way. Read more »
You will find Streekwinkel De Bourgondische Hoeve in the town of Siebengewald in the north of Limburg, the Netherlands. The shop sells regional produce and is chock-full with delicacies that are made with ingredients from their own allotment, greenhouse and orchard. Almost everything they sell is organic, fair trade or regional. They have candied figs in red wine, raspberry vinegar, jams, chutney, piccalilli, pickles,… just too much to mention actually! Read more »
A Taste Affair started in July 2011 with a very clear vision: to transfer their enthusiasm about everything that has to do with taste on to their clients. Nature is the starting point from where the vision of this seller of sustainable wines originates. The selection of their products is based on the notion there should be as little disturbance as possible to nature. Read more »
Between beautiful wide sandy beaches and lush green woods lies the idyllic little town of Domburg, the most coveted seaside town of Zeeland, the Netherlands. In the Badhotel you will find the grandeur of old where hospitality and enjoyment are paramount. In the hotels restaurant, Zee&Land (Sea&Land) you are served a carefully assembled dining experience. They serve dishes from the New Dutch Kitchen. Read more »
For both professional and amateur cooks, De Groene Kookacademie (the green cooking academy) offers courses and workshops in vegetarian cooking. During the courses and workshops you learn how to create delicious, varied vegetarian meals using natural, organic ingredients. The chefs who run De Groene Kookacademie, Peter van Berckel and Marion Pluimes, are passionate about vegetarian cooking and want to share that with their students. Read more »