Inspired by the Côte d’Azur, Grand Cafe Prachtig's river-facing terrace features a large communal table with red-and-black boat cushions and views that live up to its name ('prachtig' means beautiful in Dutch). Whether you think it feels like the real thing or more like the Côte d’Maas, either way it's great for a quick coffee with 'appeltaart'
, a long lunch or a casual summertime supper. The kitchen offers French-International fare, ranging from a sandwich of raw Italian ham with Dutch 'boerenkaas'
to grilled lobster with lime mayo and crème brulée. The chef has a thing for local, preferably organic ingredients, apparently.