Restaurant Anno 1877. No need to mortgage your first born, or sell your car, this place is reasonably priced and charming.
The official ribbon cutting took place on May 5th, and the kitchen and dining room are now ready to receive patrons looking for tasty food, at European portions, and fair prices!
The old cunucu house on Wilhelminastraat used to be the home of Cuba’s Cooking, today it hosts Chef Linda Pool, and Sous Chef Patricia Werleman, backed-up by partner Chef Annie de Weerd, who is still operating the F&B at Talk of the Town Resort until later this year, at which point she will join Linda in the kitchen at Restaurant Anno 1877.
Chef Linda has her loyal local following, a clientele that is fond of her classic French / International cooking, and likes to attend her special, monthly, culinary events, which will also continue at the new location.
If you remember, she ran Twister Cafe for a few years, but recently a friend told her about the historic Wilhelminastraat location, prompting her to make the move.
Linda reports that her brother, bartender Henk Pool doubled up as carpenter and built the dining room’s rustic tables and chairs. Tall and elegant Maitre D’ Romalo de Graav is a familiar face, previously at Wilhelmina!
Look forward to the Asparagus menu, soon, and a Mother’s Day event, with an endless parade of small delectable bites at $55 per person, but hurry up, the three cunucu dining rooms accommodates just 32 reservations.