De Dutch specializes in breakfast, brunch and lunch, offering customers a unique blend of European ethnicity in their menu items.
I love De Dutch especially their pannekoeks. Taste like a cross between a pancake and a crepe. Great for weekend brunch. I had the eggs benedict here once and instead of english muffins, they used rusks (Dutch biscuits) and made a nice change from the ordinary.
The only time I had a problem here was when my sister ordered one of their pannekoeks (forgot which one), it smelled of feet. Totally turned off by it and didn't want to even taste it. Sure it was good though!
My wife, two children, and I have eaten at De Dutch on Knight Street several times now. The food is excellent and the portions substantial. Not located in a busy part of town, and having its own parking lot, makes this place easily accessible. Also, we have never had to wait more than 10 minutes to be seated as it is never too busy.
The staff are friendly and helpful. They are very accommodating and ensure that you are enjoying your meal and everything is okay. My children love eating here.
The owner, Fred, is an elderly gentleman who occasionally stops by tables with a kind smile to either serve coffee and ask if everything is good or give a cookie to each of my children!
This is one place you must eat at if visiting Vancouver.
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