Moeder Knows Best: Sunday Dinner at a Quirky Dutch Bistro
If you’re new in the Netherlands, you might not know that Moeder’s is Dutch for “Mothers.” When it opened in Protected content , the owner of this quirky bistro asked guests to bring not only plates, glasses and silverware, but also pics of their mums. Today’s guests need not add to the collection of eclectic tableware, but the restaurant is still collecting framed and unframed photos of mothers from around the world.
The menu is mostly Dutch comfort food perfect for cold winter nights. Think classics like pea soup (erwtensoep), stamppot (mashed potatoes topped with a meatball, sausage and gravy), and slow-cooked beef suddervlees and hachee. Other choices include spare ribs, lamb skewers, sirloin steak, a fish dish, and vegetarian hotchpotch, and appeltaart with ice cream for dessert. Don’t forget a pic of your mom!
Due to my experiences with no-shows, I’m asking for pre-payment via Tikkie. Please only sign up if you intend on attending and include your full name with payment. We'll settle up the final bill after dinner. Hope to see you on February 5!
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