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Alliance Gastronomique Néerlandaise

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Alliance Gastronomique Néerlandaise (popular: Alliance Gastronomique) is a culinary association of quality restaurants in the Netherlands and Flanders.

The partnership was established in 1967 as a response to the spreading taste flattening, lack of culinary products and inadequate training of chefs and other restaurant staff. By that time the Netherlands were not known for their culinary tradition, so the partnership of the 19 founding restaurateurs was a break with the past.[1]

At that time the "Alliance Gastronomique" stated the promotion of the culinary culture in the Netherlands as its mission.[2]

Alliance Gastronomique is by now the oldest culinary partnership in Europe. The status it has earned, makes that the name alone now serves as quality seal.[1]

Contents

  • 1 Founding members
  • 2 Present member restaurants
  • 3 Former member restaurants
  • 4 External links
  • 5 References

Founding members

Members of Alliance Gastronomique Néerlandaise in 1967[2]

  1. De Witte, Amersfoort. Head chef: Ernst Hastrich
  2. De Boerderij, Amsterdam. Head chef: Herman Wunneberg
  3. Dikker & Thijs, Amsterdam. Head chef: H.J. van der Vecht
  4. De Echoput, Apeldoorn. Head chef: Jaap Klosse
  5. Chalet Royal, 's-Hertogenbosch. Head chef: C.A.M. van Gaalen
  6. Carelshaven, Delden. Head chef: J.E. Kluvers
  7. De Zwaan, Etten-Leur. Head chef: Ad Peijnenburg
  8. Oudt Leyden, Leiden. Head chef: S.M. Borgerding
  9. Château Neercanne, Maastricht. Head chef: H.P.J. Stassen
  10. De Beukenhof, Oegstgeest. Head chef: not known
  11. Het Oude Jachthuis, Pesse. Head chef: A.H. van Doesburg
  12. 't Koetshuis, Rhenen. Head chef: Marianne Frisch
  13. Old Dutch, Rotterdam. Representative: M.W. Mannes
  14. De Witte Holevoet, Scherpenzeel. Head chef: J.C.M. Hehenkamp
  15. Prinses Juliana, Valkenburg aan de Geul. Head chef: A. Stevens
  16. De Nederlanden, Vreeland. Head chef: O.E.K. Hartung
  17. De Kieviet, Wassenaar. Head chef: Luigi Gandini
  18. Hostellerie De Hamert, Wellerlooi. Head chef: Jan. H.J. Grothausen
  19. Het Poorthuys, Zierikzee. Head chef: W.E.L. te Mey

Cas Spijkers, head chef De Swaen, often mentioned as one of the founders, is not mentioned in contemporary sources as founder.[2][3]

Present member restaurants

(all restaurants in the Netherlands, unless stated otherwise)[4]

  • Bord’Eau (Hotel de L’Europe) - Amsterdam
  • Chapeau! - Bloemendaal (1 Michelin star)
  • Ciel Bleu (Hotel Okura Amsterdam) - Amsterdam (2 Michelin stars)
  • Cordial - Oss (1 Michelin star)
  • Da Vinci - Maasbracht (2 Michelin stars)
  • De Bokkedoorns - Overveen (2 Michelin stars)
  • De Fuik - Aalst (former star restaurant)
  • De Gieser Wildeman - Noordeloos (1 Michelin star)
  • De Heeren van Harinxma (Bilderberg Landgoed Lauswolt) - Beetsterzwaag (‘’former star restaurant’’)
  • De Leuf - Ubachsberg (2 Michelin stars)
  • De Librije - Zwolle (3 Michelin stars)
  • De Pastorie - Lichtaart-Kasterlee, Belgium (1 Michelin star)
  • De Treeswijkhoeve - Waalre (2 Michelin stars)
  • De Zwaan - Etten-Leur (1 Michelin star)
  • Hermitage - Rijsoord (1 Michelin star)
  • Het Koetshuis - Bennekom (1 Michelin star)
  • Hotel Gastronomique De Echoput - Apeldoorn (1 Michelin star)
  • Hostellerie De Hamert - Wellerlooi (‘’former star restaurant’’)
  • Kaatje bij de Sluis - Blokzijl (2 Michelin stars)
  • La Rive (InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam) - Amsterdam (2 Michelin stars)
  • Merlet - Schoorl (1 Michelin star)
  • Oud Sluis - Sluis (3 Michelin stars)
  • De Vlindertuin - Zuidlaren (1 Michelin star)
  • Restaurant Dorset - Borne
  • Restaurant Fred - Rotterdam (1 Michelin star)
  • 't Nonnetje - Harderwijk (1 Michelin star)
  • Niven - Rijswijk (1 Michelin star)
  • Restaurant Patrick Devos - Brugge - Belgium
  • Restaurant Vinkeles - Amsterdam (1 Michelin star)
  • Sonoy - Emmeloord (1 Michelin star)
  • Tout à Fait - Maastricht (1 Michelin star)
  • Wollerich - Sint Oedenrode (1 Michelin star)
  • Yamazato (Hotel Okura Amsterdam) - Amsterdam (1 Michelin star)

Former member restaurants

(Incomplete list, feel free to add)

  • De Hoefslag, Bosch en Duin - 1 Michelin star[5]
  • De Karpendonkse Hoeve, Eindhoven - 1 Michelin star[6]
  • Kasteel Wittem, Wittem, closed - 1 Michelin star[5]
  • La Vilette, Rotterdam, closed - 1 Michelin star[5]
  • Nolet Het Reymerswale, Yerseke, closed - 1 Michelin star[7]
  • Restaurant Den Gouden Harynck, Brugge[8]
  • Ron Blaauw, Amsterdam - 2 Michelin stars[9]
  • ’t Raethuys, Wateringen, closed - 1 Michelin star[10]
  • De Bokkepruik, Heemse - 1 Michelin star[11]
  • De Wanne, Ootmarsum - 1 Michelin star[12]
  • Chalet Royal - 's-Hertogenbosch (1 Michelin star)
  • Lai Sin's - Driebergen (‘’former star restaurant’’)[13]
  • Herberg Onder de Linden in Aduard. (1 Michelin star)

External links

  • Official website

References

  1. ^ a b ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch) Alliance gastronomique
  2. ^ a b c ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch) In memoriam Jaap Klosse oprichter Alliance Gastronomique
  3. ^ ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch) Topkok Cas Spijkers (65) overleden
  4. ^ ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch) Alliance Gastronomique - Restaurants Archived 2011-11-11 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ a b c ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch) Mutaties binnen Alliance Gastronomique | 14 november 2009
  6. ^ ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch) Karpendonkse Hoeve breekt met Alliance Gastronomique
  7. ^ ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch) Alliance Gastronomique 2010 Archived 2011-11-05 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch) Ledenwisseling bij Alliance Gastronomique Néerlandaise
  9. ^ ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch) Ron Blaauw weg bij Alliance Gastronomique
  10. ^ ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch) Drie nieuwe leden Alliance Gastronomique
  11. ^ Kok, Richard (26 July 2007). "Weinig veranderingen in Guide Alliance 2003". Misset Horeca (in Dutch). Retrieved 24 June 2012.
  12. ^ "Nieuwe Alliance-leden". De Telegraaf (in Dutch). 2 December 1994. Retrieved 1 July 2012.
  13. ^ Kok, Richard (3 November 2011). "Restaurant Lai Sin Zei verkocht". Misset Horeca (in Dutch). Retrieved 22 July 2012.

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