Visted because hospital is close where my wife is treated. Glad I did, nice old style Dutch cafe with decent selection of beers. Some new carft beers, also some decent Belgian gueuzes. Pleaseant service, knowledgable.
Nice old style pub with really friendly service. Decent selection of mostly the usual Belgian beers, with some nice lambics and Dutch craft beers. Way too expensive though. I understand the popularity because of the service and atmosphere, but the prices are a letdown for me.
Popped in for a quick beer recently. A bit far away from the centre but it seems it’s worth it. Nice terrace outside and a long wooden bar inside. Cozy atmosphere. Not a lot of surprises but good selcetion nevertheless.
Great place, definately worth a trip for anyone visiting Nijmegen. Though busy at times (very busy) the staff always tries to help out, and comes as quick as possible.
It is decorated with old beer adverts and has many board games lying around.
The collection of beers is good, over a 100 to choose from. Most of them are Belgian, but there are some Dutch and German beers aswell. For people not that interested in beer they have a lot of whiskeys aswell. There are also some rarities on the list, but once people figure it out, they will be gone quick.
Also, the homemade Bitterballen (food) are very, very, very good, try them!
Martinus (215) Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands | January 26, 2009| Updated June 2, 2011
They continue to evolve, so thought it waranted an update
Great place, sometimes rather (very) busy.
Nice selection of beers, mainly Belgium, but an increasing section of interesting Dutch and American brews. Known to have some jewels aging in the cellar. Staff generally knows a lot about the produce, and capable of good suggestions, sometimes even suggesting the hidden/forgotten bottles in the cellar.
The tasting menu’s, are a quick way to sample some of the beers.
Connaisseurship of the owner reflects in his list of whisk(e)y, bourbon and cognac too.
Great atmosphere, definately worth visiting when in Nijmegen