Bringing traditional Dutch snacks and comfort food to Toronto.

Borrel is a term the Dutch use to describe an informal gathering of friends for a drink and some snacks. Our bar and restaurant aims to provide the perfect setting for you to enjoy just that!
We offer drinks and traditional Dutch snacks and comfort food in a cozy environment — or gezellig, as they say in The Netherlands — inspired by the country’s historic brown cafés.
We hope you can enjoy a borrel with us sometime soon. Proost!


These deep-fried balls of goodness served with mustard from Zaandam are a traditional Dutch bar snack.

5 pc: $7.7510 pc: $15.00

Frikandel Speciaal

A deep-fried beef, pork and chicken sausage on a bun topped with onions, curry ketchup and mayonnaise.



Melted Gouda cheese in a deep-fried breaded wrap.


Charcuterie plate

A selection of cured Dutch meats: ossenworst, leverworst, metworst and grillworst.



Cubes of Dutch and Dutch-style cheeses and pickles as selected by our friends at Good Cheese.



Slices of raw salted herring with onions and pickles.



Arguably Holland’s most famous dish, boerenkool is a stewed kale and potato mash served with Dutch smoked sausage, bacon lardons and gravy.Vegetarian Boerenkool: $9.50



Two krokets on rye bread served with mustard from Zaandam and coleslaw.

Chicken: $10.50Shrimp: $12.50

Erwtensoep (a.k.a. “Snert”)

Traditional Dutch pea soup with smoked ham hock and Dutch sausage served with dark rye.


Draadjesvlees sandwich

Slow-cooked seasoned “threaded beef” topped with coleslaw on a bun and served with home-seasoned paprika chips.


Hachee Shepherd’s Pie

Dutch beef stew baked on a bed of braised red cabbage and topped with mashed potatoes.



A favourite of young and old alike, poffertjes are mini puffed pancakes topped with icing sugar and butter.


Speculaas Ijs

Spiced cookies and cream ice cream made by our friends at Ed’s Real Scoop.




Wednesday - Friday: 5 p.m. - 11 p.m.Saturday: 3 p.m. - 11 p.m.Sunday: 2 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Please note:* An automatic gratuity of 18% will be added to the bill of parties of six or more.* We use nuts, wheat and other allergens in our kitchens and while we do our best to prevent cross-contamination, we cannot make any guarantees.* We do not take reservations at this time.


Address: 1333 Danforth Ave. Toronto, ON M4J 1N1

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