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Popular Vegetarian Restaurant
De Bolhoed (named after a "Bowler's Hat" since it used to be a hat shop) is a very eclectic restaurant. The decor is a combination of Dutch, Thai and Australian aboriginal art, and the cuisine is organic vegetarian with a hint of Latin flavor. Almost any item on the menu can be made vegan, and they have a large selection of desserts.
on Sep 2 04
(last updated Dec 21 07)
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Most Recent Reviews
De Bolhoed was pretty good, but I wasn't blown away by it. We ordered an enchilada dish that had a pretty good sour cream/melty cheese thing on top, as well as a Mediterranean platter that included couscous, potatoes and tempeh, but the roasted fennel was the main event. Opened the meal with some chips and guacamole, as well as a dessert of peanut butter/chocolate/banana pudding. It looked like they had some good desserts, but the best looking ones were not vegan, unfortunately. The enchilada/appetizer/dessert was a pre-fixe combo, which made it a bit cheaper, but this place was on the fancy/expensive side.
The restaurant had a lot of reservations around starting around 7pm, so get there early or plan ahead!
Good food, prepared with care. Many things are served with almost no spice, others are more incremental. Orange juice freshly squeezed, something rare in Europe. Service friendly.
Boa comida, preparada com cuidado. Muitas coisas são servidas quase sem tempêro, outras são mais incrementadas. Suco de laranja espremido na hora, coisa rara na Europa. Atendimento acolhedor.
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Western Canal Ring
The 13, 14, and 17 trams, as well as a number of buses, can drop you off at Westermarkt, which is a just a few blocks south along the Prinsengracht.
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