Chez Antoinette

Roggestraat 10-12 7411 EP Deventer Netherlands Map
Average price €30.00
8,9 /10
445 reviews
106 reviews

Restaurant prices

Average à la carte price
€30.00
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)

Drink prices

  • €4.00
    Bottle of mineral water
  • €4.00
    Glass of wine
  • €19.50
    En flaske vin
  • €7.00
    Glass of champagne
  • €2.50
    Coffee
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.

How to get to the restaurant Chez Antoinette

How to get there?

  • Car park Free parking in the neighborhood & Paid parking in the neighborhood

Opening time

Monday Closed
Tuesday untill Sunday from 17:00
- Wine bar from 17:00

Services

Fabulous
8,9 /10
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
  • 10
    83
  • 9
    145
  • 8
    160
  • 7
    37
  • < 7
    20
Food
8,8
Service
9,2
Setting
8,8
Value for price
Correct
Noise level
Quiet
Waiting time
Fast
3/445 reviews
Michael H.
Adventurer
(1 review)
Average Rating
5 /10
Food
2
Service
8
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 15 Apr 2017
The entry and layout of this restaurant is lovely. The waitstaff are efficient and attentive. But the food ...


We were six for dinner. Little snacks were served right after we sat down and drinks were ordered. We received 5 little roasted peppers ... five for the six of us. Tiny .. like my little finger or smaller. Plus a teaspoon of their red pepper spread. A teaspoon ... for six people. Salt and olive oil on the table, too.


The owner (or son of the owner) came to our table without menus and told us how great the 3-course menu was. He did not offer anything else and, of course, he didn't hand out any menus. I was a bit put out at this time because I had looked forward to an interesting Portuguese dinner. So far, I was underwhelmed. Every one at the table took the sales pitch bait and ordered the 3-course menu he offered. I did, too. After all, were we going to send him back for menus? Or for just one menu?


For the appetizer, I chose the "Burger" of Feta cheese and walnut.


OK, touch your middle finger to your thumb and look at the circle you have made. That is the size of the "Burger" I was served, two of them, about 1/4 inch thick. These came with 4 scraggly pieces of arugula. They were room temperature and absolutely tasteless, unless "glue" is a flavor. My wife ordered the salmon, described as their take on Gravlax pressed between slices of raw, red beets. She received three small pieces (think hand cut tagliatelle 1/2 inch by 4 inches by 1/8 inch thick) and one of the tiniest gherkin pickles I had ever seen. She let me have a bite ... just the flavor of raw beet - no salmon and no Gravlax flavor. Awful.


For the main course I ordered the pig jowls. I received two small chunks of meat, one a bit dried out, in a sauce with one small potato - small, like the size of the end of your thumb. The saving grace was to be all the cool side dishes that would be served with the main course. "Oh good," I thought, now some Portuguese cuisine! Nope ... two small bowls of french fries and a small bowl of salad ... seriously small, like an appetizer salad for one. We were six at the table, remember? We asked for more salad for the table and we received one extra bowl even smaller than the first. I didn't know they made salad bowls that small.


My wife's main course was the fish - hake. A nice sized piece, steamed I think, sometime earlier in the day and left warm, waiting to be ordered. It hadn't quite become vulcanized, but it wasn't cooked to order like a nice fish steak should have been cooked. It was tough, chewy and a bit dried out. I already said "awful" once, but seriously ...


My desert was a rice pudding dish, served with dried apricots. The pudding arrived as a cube, about two inches on each side, proudly standing on its own next to two sad, dried apricots. The rice pudding didn't taste like rice or pudding. Sort of like the white paste I remember from my childhood, the kind used to glue pieces of paper together.


We each paid 35 Euros for what was, essentially, three courses of ill-prepared tapas-sized courses. Not even Portuguese tapas. I don't know what they were thinking.


I'm never going back. I'm still simmering.
Guido D.
Foodie
(10 reviews)
Average Rating
8 /10
Food
8
Service
8
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 20 Nov 2016
Leuk, klassiek restaurant in het mooie Bergkwartier. Lekkere gerechten, mooi opgediend. Vlotte bediening. Goede prijs/kwaliteit verhouding.
gareth D.
Adventurer
(1 review)
Average Rating
9 /10
Food
9
Service
9
Setting
9
  • Meal date : 20 Feb 2016
wonderful place. truly tasty grilled sardines, a very satisfying goat stew, and a nicely balanced desert. very good wines by the glass were suggested and served, and turned out to be reasonably priced. service was friendly and attentive. and the decor is surprisingly beautiful too. why aren't there restaurants like this in amsterdam?
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