At regional restaurant de Hofkaemer in Bergeijk, the Netherlands, 80% of the dishes on the menu are locally sourced. If you choose the tastes of the region menu or the regional indulgence menu, 100% of what is on your plate is local! Head chef Marnetta creates delicious contemporary dishes with the locally sourced, seasonal, ingredients like asparagus and strawberries.
The restaurant has a homely atmosphere and a wide aray of menu’s to choose from. During the day a Teutenbrunch, afternoon tea, afternoon wine or afternoon beer, and in the evening the friendly priced, three course, seasonal Teuten menu. Special dietary needs like gluten, sugar, or lactose intolerance are not a problem. De Hofkaemer also does catering and you can buy regional products at the restaurant.
De Hofkaemer is the 2011 Beer and Gastronomy award winner.
regional produce from over fifty local producers, which are also partially organic: meat 90%, vegetables 90%, dairy, eggs and butter 90%, cheese 90%, juices, wine 50%, 60 types of beer of which over 80% is locally brewed, the lager that is served is organic (Puur from the La Trappe brewery), coffee, tea and cacao organic and fair trade, fish is partially sustainably caught, green energy, eco-friendly toiletpaper, 80% of their waste is recycled