Appels & Peren is located in the Vruchtbuurt, traditionally one of the nicest areas of the city. You are welcome for a nice breakfast, a delicious cup of freshly brewed Bocca coffee, homemade cake or pie or a cool sandwich for lunch.
In the evening we serve traditional meals and weekly surprising new dishes in a relaxed atmosphere.
Over the years, Appels & Peren has become a place to get together, meet up with friends, work on your laptop or enjoy the sun on the terrace with a nice drink in the summer.
We are open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch, drinks and dinner.

It is good to make a reservation for a table at Appels & Peren. We take reservations for the tables inside. This way you always have a dry and warm place. In good weather you can of course always sit outside.

You can book online via the heading “contact and reservation”. If you want to make a reservation for the same day or for more than 2 people, please call us on number: 070-2205572

For teh tables outside you can just walk by and you do not need to make a reservation.

WEEKSPECIALS

 Also this week we prepared again 3 delicious weekspecials for you…

Wienerschnitzel
a thin, crispy schnitzel with ‘kartoffelsalat’ or homemade chips. 16.50

Salmonburger
a homemade burger of fresh salmon silk with ginger mayonnaise and wakame, seaweed salad. 17.50

Chakchuka
Vegetable stew of tomatoes and peppers with poached eggs. Nice dip with crusty bread. 15.50

We serve a fresh salad with the above main courses

 

Bocca Coffee..

When Bocca founder Menno Simons traveled to Ethiopia about 20 years ago, he came across coffee plants full of ripe red berries during a walk. An idea was planted in his head… Right then and there, he decided he wanted to bring this treasure back to the Netherlands, whilst also making sure that the farmers with whom he became good friends get all the organic certifications needed and enabling them to reap the fruits of their labor in an honest way.
Once back in Amsterdam, he locked himself in his garage with a small PROBAT roaster and experimented with his shipment of Ethiopian coffee beans. Soon friends and neighbors lined up to buy small amounts of coffee, and thus began the lifelong search for perfection. Paired with his good sense of taste, he quickly stepped up to making a superb quality coffee.

And we agree it is indeed a wonderful coffee and have thus served it ever since opening our doors in 2014. All our employees receive barista training.

Now also available at Appels en Peren: the lovely syrups from Monin. To add just that little bit of extra flavor to your coffee.

Bocca Coffee..

When Bocca founder Menno Simons traveled to Ethiopia about 20 years ago, he came across coffee plants full of ripe red berries during a walk. An idea was planted in his head… Right then and there, he decided he wanted to bring this treasure back to the Netherlands, whilst also making sure that the farmers with whom he became good friends get all the organic certifications needed and enabling them to reap the fruits of their labor in an honest way.
Once back in Amsterdam, he locked himself in his garage with a small PROBAT roaster and experimented with his shipment of Ethiopian coffee beans. Soon friends and neighbors lined up to buy small amounts of coffee, and thus began the lifelong search for perfection. Paired with his good sense of taste, he quickly stepped up to making a superb quality coffee.

And we agree it is indeed a wonderful coffee and have thus served it ever since opening our doors in 2014. All our employees receive barista training.

Now also available at Appels en Peren: the lovely syrups from Monin. To add just that little bit of extra flavor to your coffee.

Betjeman & Barton Tea..

It was Arthur Betjeman (family of Sir John Betjeman, the well-known English poet) who opened “The English Tea House” in Paris in 1919, after extensive tea studies in Dublin and London. By entering into a partnership with Percy Barton, the new name Betjeman & Barton was created. Although they introduced the English way of drinking tea to Paris, the two gentlemen had to take into account the inevitable influence of French taste.
And so the right balance was developed between the English ideas about tea, pure and distinguished and the freedom of the French taste, always curious about new taste sensations with plenty of room for fantasy.
Betjeman & Barton does not believe in mass, but in absolute quality. For example, our teas are only purchased after careful selection.
In addition to the range of classic teas, the creation of unique and balanced tea blends is one of the specialties of Betjeman & Barton. Only natural essences and aromas are added to the perfumed teas of Betjeman & Barton, so that the teas never taste sweet, but rather like tea with a hint of what has been added.

At Appels & Peren we have chosen the following teas:

Green tea

Les Invités Chinese:  – jasmine – roses – lychee – delicacy

Sencha:  very popular in Japan – fresh grass – slightly sweet finish

Lundi Light:  Chinese – lemongrass – ginger – strength & energy

Black tea

Pouchkine:  bergamot – grapefruit – orange – oldest blend Betjeman & Barton

Earl Gray:  Chinese – bergamot – English classic

Quatre Fruits Rouges:  Sri Lanka – strawberries – raspberries – cherries – currants

Herbs

Bouquet de Manon:  liquorice – lemongrass – peppermint

Verveine:  lemon verbena – relaxing – digestive

Rooibos

Rooibos Jardin Rouge:  green Rooibos – cornflower, roses and sunflower petals – roses – strawberries – vanilla – grapefruit

 

Homemade..

Almost everything we serve is homemade in our kitchen. Our stew slowly simmers for hours on end, we peel around 20 kilos of apples weekly for our apple pies, we make our own mayonnaise, and we cut our fries artisanal, frying them twice. In short, almost everything is homemade. It is a lot of work, but we know from our guests that it is greatly appreciated. And we, of course, like that a lot!

In addition to the artisanal preparation, we also look for beautiful products. For example, we buy our burgers from Weiderij Horison, a family business from Maasland where craftsmanship comes first. Our stew too is beef from the region, Westland beef!

Honest and good food; we like that!

Homemade..

Almost everything we serve is homemade in our kitchen. Our stew slowly simmers for hours on end, we peel around 20 kilos of apples weekly for our apple pies, we make our own mayonnaise, and we cut our fries artisanal, frying them twice. In short, almost everything is homemade. It is a lot of work, but we know from our guests that it is greatly appreciated. And we, of course, like that a lot!

In addition to the artisanal preparation, we also look for beautiful products. For example, we buy our burgers from Weiderij Horison, a family business from Maasland where craftsmanship comes first. Our stew too is beef from the region, Westland beef!

Honest and good food; we like that!

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