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Brasserie Witteveen

Brasserie Witteveen Review

Once upon a time this location was a legendary Dutch grand café complete with Turkish carpeted tables and a distinctive old-world feel. Since its reopening in 2010, the Brasserie Witteveen is now quite modern with a central bar and brasserie section, mosaic-tiled floors, a 16-meter chesterfield sofa, wine room, and a separate play area for children (who also have their own menu). However, it remains as neighborly as ever as they serve café-style dishes everyday for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In particular, their soups (remember that the Dutch are masters) are delightful: don't miss their Dutch-style pea soup or their potato soup with smoked eel.

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Updated: 08-22-2012

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