Most striking feature:
The French bistro is working it’s way into every single Dutch city. From George in Amsterdam to Pastis in The Hague and from Pierre in Rotterdam to cafe Colette in Haarlem. It opened it’s doors at the end of last year. You recognise the Parisian metro tiles, the brown leathercouches and the old bistro chairs. Cafe Colette is during the week only open for dinner, but on Saturday and Sunday you can also join them for lunch. That’s what I did with my friends. The menu for lunch is small (think hamburgers and a caesar salad, would love them to put something like a club sandwich on it) but I’ve ordered a small portion of ravioli and it tasted very good. They use tea of Bazar – and that’s always something that cheers me up because one of my favorite flavours, Zoethout, comes with it.
Check out: www.cafecolette.nl