Bij de Buren

Keizerstraat 6 5911 JW Venlo Netherlands Map
Average price €25.00
7,1 /10
11 reviews

Restaurant prices

Average à la carte price
€25.00
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.

How to get to the restaurant Bij de Buren

How to get there?

  • Car park Paid parking in the neighborhood

Opening time

Monday and Tuesday Closed
Wednesday untill Sunday
- Breakfast from 11:00
- Lunch from 12:00
- Dinner from 17:00

Services

7,1 /10
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
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Food
6,8
Service
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Setting
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1/11 reviews
Loola R.
Adventurer
(1 review)
Average Rating
7,5 /10
Food
7
Service
8
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 27 May 2015
A nicely styled place hidden away in a sidestreet, with a great and cozy terrace in the late afternoon sun . Bij de Buren shares a glass wall to Venlo's record store ' sound '
We started off with coffee, which was great and ordered from the large tapas card . We ordered a selection of bread and dips, a small dish of spare ribs, a sate' spies, crispy chicken with guacomole and meatballs in sauce . The partly open kitchen allowed us to hear the sounds of preparation, unfortunately also the sound of the vents above the stove, which were humming all the time - tip here to take a seat far away from the kitchen. Food arrived promptly, different kinds of bread and 3 kinds of Dip, a really nice Aioli, a tuna spread and a fresh tomato chutney - all obviously homemade and very n came the spare ribs - quit a large dish for Tapa's, they were nice and sticky, with a lovely sauce with a hint of lemongrass - Nice.
Next was the crispy chicken, which unfortunately arrived still raw and frozen inside - we asked the friendly waitress to return it . When it came back, we had a chance to taste the accompanying guacomole, which unfortunately was not nice at all : a bit watery and an aftertaste of spoiled spring onion.
The meat balls arrived next, lovely, dense, spicey and in a tomato sauce - we liked them :-) after that, one sate spies in a lot of sticky peanut sauce covered with a bit of tauge - this one was o.k. if nothing to rave about .
Concluding : A very nice place, athmospheric, friendly staff, great coffee, lovely style and some very interresting food in combinations so far not to be had in little Venlo.
We will be back to try more.
Winner of the day were the spare ribs with that great hint of lemongrass in the sauce / marinade:-)
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