Art and gastronomy go hand in hand at ’t Raedthuys. This classic house dating from 1863 successfully blends some of its original features in its modern decor, which is brightened with striking contemporary works of art on the walls. A window into the kitchen allows guests to watch the chef and his team at work.
Front of house, sommelier Karina van der Kolk offers recommendations from her excellent list of imported wines, which are the perfect accompaniment to Hans den Engelsen’s culinary creations. This classic chef prepares traditional favourites such as Tournedos Rossini to perfection, while also adding surprisingly modern textures to his dishes – examples include a savoury crème brûlée and Jerusalem artichoke served either as chips, a cream, raw or pickled with smoked eel. The cheese trolley is also well worth a try, with its selection of around thirty cheeses. Rest assured – the real artist at this restaurant is in the kitchen!- Inspektorzy MICHELIN