Long live the King! On Monday, April 27, 2015, The District Brasserie, the local foodie hotspot specializing in traditional Dutch fare with West Coast flair, is bringing a taste of King’s Day to North Vancouver. One of Holland’s biggest national celebrations, King’s Day holds special resonance for The District’s Dutch-born owner and head chef, Paul Mon-Kau. Looking to knock back a cold one in the name of the Netherlands? Stop by with a group of good people and dine like the Dutch with 20% off hand-picked traditional dishes and $2 off select drinks.
The District’s famous Patat Friet
The Dutch specialty, Gehaktballen
Since 1885, the anniversary of the current ruler’s inauguration date marks the day when locals and visitors alike turn out in droves to celebrate the monarch with citywide street sales, sporting events, boating on the canals and all-night parties. April 27th’s festivities honour King Willem-Alexander’s crowning in 2013, making it the party of the year in Amsterdam and beyond.
This year, The District Brasserie is bringing the party to the Lower Mainland with a night of traditional food and drink specials. These include:
Drinks – $2 off (discount reflected in listed price)
Boomsma: $5 Martini: $8
Ketel One: $5 Martini: $8
Van Gogh Espresso: $7 Martini: $9
Food – 20% off (discount reflected in price)
Patat Friet: $5.60
One pound of house cut Kennebec potatoes, prepared in traditional double fried style.
Patat Oorlog War: $7.20
Friets served with Javanese peanut sauce, mayo and chopped onion.
Stewed beef, breaded and friend to order and served with patat friet.
A traditional Dutch ham and cheese sandwich, perfect for lunch. (Recipe available upon request.)
Pea Soup: $5.60
Slow cooked old-fashioned pea soup finished with a pea pesto. (Recipe available upon request.)
Beef and pork meatballs made with fresh herbs, caramelized onion and a rich sauce.