Delightful Frysian Menu for only €19,50!
Every Frysian Restaurant® in the Frysian Woods is surprisingly different!
Enjoy in the Frisian Woods the unique Frisian kitchen at a very attractive price. Order a Frisian Menu at a Frisian Restaurant®. This contains a set menu of two or three courses for only 19,50 euro.
The three courses Frisian Menu consists of an entrée (including soups), main course (meat, fish, vegetarian, pancake or biological) and a dessert. If you decide in favour of an even more special two course menu, you can make a choice out of an entrée or a dessert around the main course.
Every participating restaurant offers his own menus, but the price is the very same: 19,50 euro for the two course- as well as the three course menu. The menus are on the website www.friesmenu.nl
The participating restaurants have been selected by the Friesland Holland Tourist Office on originality, quality and courtesy, as well as on willingness to promote the province of Fryslân as a leading culinary destination. Because that’s what Friesland is all about: splendour and delicacy!
Note the window sticker!
You will recognize the restaurants, hotel-restaurants, eateries and beach pavilions offering a Frisian Menu by the Frisian Menu window sticker, showing the red plate with the waterlilly motif and cutlery. The sticker also mentions the year of acknowledgement.
The most delicious website!
All the participating catering establishments and their Frisian menus are on www.friesmenu.nl the most delicious site of the Netherlands. Bon appetit!
The book ‘Fan Fryske Grûn’ (of Frysian soil), presented on December the 14th 2012, for sale in the webshop of www.frieslandholland.nl). The book is a source of inspiration for the compliers of Frysian menus and its 272 pages represent far more than just another cookery book. It tells stories— supported by magnificent old and new photographs— about the history of Friesland, the Frysian gastronomic culture and all the regional products and dishes. You will find a variety of different recipes by 30 Frysian leading chefs. One of them is Albert Kooy (in the middle), chef and instructor of Restaurant.nl of the Stenden Universtity in Leeuwarden. Mister Kooy thought up the ‘New biological Dutch cuisine. On the photograph he is flanked by Karin Hoogterp and Jan Willem Zwart, suppliers of herbs from the botanic garden ‘De Kruidhof’ in Buitenpost, in the middle of the Noardlike Fryske Wâlden (northerly Frysian Woods).