Restaurant Inez IPSC (International Private Society Club) was opened by the late Peter Giele, founder of other trendy spots around town; his wife Inez ... More
Restaurant Inez IPSC (International Private Society Club) was opened by the late Peter Giele, founder of other trendy spots around town; his wife Inez runs it. The menu includes Asian and Middle Eastern influences, is as flamboyant as the colourful interior, and complemented by stylish service. You can order à la carte or choose a fixed-price menu. The ideal place for the hip and trendy, this restaurant lies in the middle of the city center. The spectacular view overlooking Munt leads artists, designers and diners alike to find inspiration here.
Teppan yaki is a culinary theatre performance showcased at your table. There are seven tables in this beautifully decorated restaurant
on Max Euweplein, each seating a maximum of 10 people. A private dining room is also available. Each table ...
This small restaurant is run entirely by children: they cook, serve, bring the bill and wash up, all with a
little help from the friendly grown up staff, of course. The simple set menu includes main course and dessert: ...
This quaint, family owned restaurant is pleasantly different from other eateries in the area. It whips up some of the
best Peruvian fare this side of the city. Host/owner Aldo Soto, along with his family and friends ensures a ...