Poffertjeskraam de Haan
Only from april - october the original dutch poffertjes. A household name in 't Gooi-area and a must go when you are in the area. They shout out your orders to the chef and bar, and it's nice to see the poffertjes being prepared.
Every one in The Gooi eats here the most and best Poffertjes from Holland, highly recommended. Cash only! Only from april till september
Go and try the typical Dutch 'Poffertjes' at the best Poffertjes-restaurant on earth! Breath in the smell of this fresh baked sweet little pancakes with sugar and butter. Best place for sweettooth! Afterwards: Take a walk and see village Laren and Blaricum.
“if you are into the Japanese kitchen and want to do some people watching, than this is the place to be!”
“You can of course see - and be seen - at the intersection in the heart of Laren. You don't know what you see: the most flamboyant cars and striking appearances pass by while you sip your cold beer. The site has been around for four centuries now - just as long as the Palace on Dam Square. Open every day, on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays until 01:00. Reservation is not necessary”
“In historical village Laren you will find Art Gallery and beautiful architecture Singer Museum. A good bad weather activity!”
“The perfect restaurant for eating with the family our groups! Super food at low prices! Loetje is famous for the steaks.. Reservation is not necessary.”
“Café Moeke Spijkstra, located in the middle of the picturesque Gooise village of Blaricum near Laren, hardly needs any introduction. This establishment has been located here since 1909. Reservation is not necessary. The former Moeke Spijkstra was known by another name: Hotel Gooilust. Many spent the night here at the time. The name Moeke Spijkstra has its origins in the Spijkstra family, which was responsible for the operation for many years. In popular Blaricum people spoke of: "We are going to Moeke", of course because this friendly hostess watched over her offspring like a mother. Later, the café-restaurant was also officially called. Of course as a tribute to a special woman. It is now widely known as a café-restaurant. The various drawings that adorn our menus show that many national and international greats experience this café-restaurant as the living room of the Netherlands. As you can see, we decorated the ceiling and walls with curios from all times and all continents. Every piece has its own story here, because this immense collection has been built up by the regulars over the years. For example, the local taxi company delivered one of the last taxi clocks, Frans Robert brought the old family spinning wheel and a KLM passenger arrived with a real propeller. If you ever have an attribute that you think could decorate our ceiling, don't hesitate to donate it to us. However, it must be a unique copy with a lot of history and you will have to give it up permanently, everything hanging from the ceiling will hang there for days to come. (oh yes, to be clear: nothing is for sale!) In short, a café-restaurant with stories. Moeke Spijkstra is proud of the village of Blaricum with its beautiful nature, beautiful old farms and (now) colorful population. We source many of our ingredients from the village. We maintain a very special bond with our neighbor Bakkerij Wassenaar: All our bread (and therefore every crumb) comes from this excellent bakery.”