If you ever need to have an authentic Dutch lunch, I can't recommend enough visiting Rob Wigboldus Vishandel. I had a fried cod sandwich and it was so good I came back 2 days in a row. Can't recommend... Read more
Cremaet coffee is a take on another type of coffee called "carajillo". Carajillo originated during the times when Cuba was Spain's colony. Spanish soldiers added brandy or cognac to their coffee to get more "corajillo" ("courage") before the combat. Cremaet is a carajillo with burned sugar & alcohol, 3 whole coffee beans and a piece of lemon peel!
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