Oud-Beijerland (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌʌu̯d ˈbɛi̯ərlɑnt] ( listen)) is a town and municipality in the western Netherlands, in the province of South Holland. With a population of 24,275 in 2017, it is the most populous municipality on the Hoeksche Waard island. The town is located adjacent to the confluence of the Oude Maas and Spui River.
Things to do in Oud-Beijerland
4 based on 62 reviews
This restaurant is top of the bill. The owner was chef in another restaurant (as owner) in the past, later his brother Massimo became the chef where Vincenzo is the host now. Traditional Italiab food, very good quality and prepared with love. The love you can taste.
Price level rises a little (heep it affordable) but still worth every penny. Nice staff and good atmosphere.
4 based on 65 reviews
Werelds aan de Kade is a contemporary restaurant that offers exciting dishes and wines for both lunch and dinner in a casual and stylishly decorated setting. The menu is based on fusion cuisine and combines Western and Asian influences. In addition, an extensive selection of fine wines is available. Werelds aan de Kade boasts a spacious Terrace that is situated directly on the picturesque old harbour of Oud-Beijerland. Dependent on the weather circumstances, the Terrace is heated or air-conditioned. It was also named 'Best Terrace' in the region during a 2014 election. - Free Wifi -
Superb food - great tapas beautifully presented and good quality charcuterie. Excellent wine cellar and funky decor
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Even though this restaurant has been in town for several years and I've passed it a million times, never before have I had an opportunity to actually go in for a Tapas dinner. And what a great dinner it turned out to be! I've heard people rave about this place for so long you can imagine I was thrilled to finally get the chance to experience it myself as a surprise birthday dinner last month.
For those who are not familiar with the Tapas way of eating let me explain. Tapas are small, both hot and cold, dishes originating from Spain. This is just food heaven because you get only a small amount of the ordered dishes so you can have a go at a great variety before being full. You can order a dish for yourself, but it's só much more fun to order all sorts of dishes for the entire party to share together. That's what we did. (6 people)
The menu is great and offers a vast variety of vegetarian, meat en fish dishes.
We started the first round with bread, serrano ham, bacon wrapped dates, mushrooms in garlic oil, soft goat's cheese wrapped in serrano ham drizzled with honey, cheese and spinach croquettes, garlic shrimps, iberico beefburgers and beef tenderloin.
You can go for as many rounds as you like, so no need to order everything at once. We continued our dinner with the spare ribs, a nice pumpkin seed salad, ham and cheese croquettes, beef tips and some more items we'd tried in the first round. The combination of flavors is just pure joy.
We finished our evening with dessert. No really typical Spanish desserts, but still very tasty.
They serve a good variety of beers, wines as well as juices and softdrinks.
'Que Pasa' is a true 'must' for all foodies out there. If your staying in the Rotterdam area, it's well worth the 20 minute drive. Trust me, you won't regret it! Have a Sangria to complete the Spanish feast. It's delicious! Hopefully I'll soon be able to go in for another meal and try some of the dishes I haven't tried yet.
Friendly staff, great service and cozy ambiance.
4 based on 13 reviews
Had dinner at this Chinese restaurant several times when visiting friends in the region. The food is terrific, especially compared to other Chinese restaurants that I am used to in The Netherlands. The atmosphere and decoration of the restaurant is nice and the service as well. King's Palace offers both á la carte, takeaway and an all-you-can-eat formula. Usually me and my friends choose the all-you-can-eat formula. But the á la carte dishes are better, the price of those dishes are a bit higher but definitely worth the try!
3.5 based on 53 reviews
Food selection is good and well located. The staff is a bit hit and miss but overall not too bad (younger inexperienced staff takes a bit of time and did forget us).
Food was good and arrived in good time. The terrass is well located and overall a pleasant experience.
4 based on 43 reviews
All food is authentic, delicious, and good-sized servings, probably the best Greek food in the region Rotterdam / Hoeksche Waard.
Great atmosphere, excellent service and attention to detail. Very nice owner!
We come here almost every week.
I recommend everything but love the Athene platter with two Suzuki's instead of one Souvlaki and one Suzuki.
Anke, my wife, loves the sole. This is the best sole ever!
Awesome food that is truly made with love.
4 based on 26 reviews
The entree and main dish look fine and both were taskfull. The entourage is nice especially in the summer when the roof can be opened. Service is fine but there could be a little more attention for the customers. Price was fine, not a very expensive restaurant. Enough parking lots.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
4.5 based on 39 reviews
After being recommended to go and have lunch at 'Zondermeer' for several times by different people today I finally took the time to check out what the buzz was all about. My friend, her two year old son and I had lunch here today. (june 13th) We were welcomed by a friendly smile and taken to our table.
'Zondermeer' is a lunchcafé situated in the city center of Oud-Beijerland and is right across the street from the (paid) parkinglot.
The lunchcafé first opened it's doors in November of 2014 and is run by an amazing team of young people with a physical or mental disability. (supervised by the manager and a chef)
I ordered the 'BLT sandwich' and my friend chose the 'kroketten sandwich' to share with her son. I was very surprised by the size of my Sandwich. It was HUGE! And when I HUGE, I mean HUGE!
No thin machine cut bread, but thick slices of hand cut fresh bread covered with a nice dressing, a melange of lettuce, tomato and of course bacon. Lots of bacon :) It was amazing! There's no way I could've eaten the whole thing, even though I really wanted to....
We had several of the staff members serving our tables; one taking the order, another asking for refils, and another to serve our sandwiches;
all of them doing an amazing job and making sure we had everything we needed.
It might take slighty longer than you are used to before you get your order but all the staff seems dedicated to give you great service and make sure you enjoy your meal.
I can see what the buzz was about! Great food, great service, friendly staff and nice, open atmosphere.
Make sure you pay a visit to 'Zondermeer' if you're in the area! Oud-Beijerland is only a 20 minute busride from Rotterdam, so if you have a couple of hours to spare make sure you visit Oud-Beijerland's lovely city center and enjoy a great lunch at 'Zondermeer'.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Just had dinner here with two friends. This is an absolute, somewhat unexpected, little gem right in the city center of Oud-Beijerland! I learned about this place by word of mouth, which always makes me curious if it is as good as people say it is. Every word I heard about this place is true; it had a lovely ambiance, friendly and helpful staff, VERY good food at affordable prices'
Located right by 'Het Spui' this cozy restaurant is definately worth a try! There's a small menu, yet with more than enough choice. Meat, fish or vegetarian dishes which are all orderable in either small (entree) or large (main course) portions and you can mix and match to your own likings. We had the Beef Bavette with rocket and potato wedges and the Pork butt (Procureurslapje) with chicory and wedges. For dessert we had the double chocolate mousse with vanilla and the French toast. (Wentelteefjes) Everything was just perfect! Fresh ingredients, perfectly prepared, amazing flavours and choosable portion sizes at very reasonable prices; what more could you want?
I'll definately go back!
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