Brasserie

We work with fair and fresh products as much as possible, our kitchen is open from 11.30 am to 9 pm.

B&B – De Lindeboom

Luxury B & B rooms with all mod cons such as air-conditioning, free minibar, LED TV and modern bathrooms.

Welcome

To de Lindeboom!

It is with great pleasure that we introduce our chef Edi d’Astolto. Edi grew up in Abruzzo, in a small village in the mountains of Rosciano in the middle of the Italian Apennines. Here, from a very young age, he grew up with a love of good food and cooking. Every night Edi’s mother put delicious dishes on the table, always prepared with fresh produce. Her cooking was so good that Edi wanted to learn how to cook like that for himself!

When Edi was 14 years old he went to live and study as an intern at the Villa Santa Maria hotel school. After 5 years at the school, he graduated and obtained his diploma, and from then on, he decided to gain as much experience as he was able.

In the years that followed, Edi went on to learn from great Chefs like Enrico Derflingher*, Alberico Penati*, Marco Pierre White*, Graziano Bonaccina*, Marco Torri*, Christophe Martin*, and Alain Ducasse*.

It was through working with Alain Ducasse in Tuscany that Edi became the chef that he is now, and it was also here that he met his wife Mirjam when she was working at the same 5-star hotel. Previously, Mirjam had worked for 4 years at the Ritz Carlton Hotel Arts in Barcelona from where she had proceeded to Milan to work in the Bvlgari Hotel.

Together they had a dream to start something that was their own, and with that in mind, they moved from London to The Netherlands in 2014. A return to their roots with space, open countryside, and the idea of providing a sociable and relaxing atmosphere combined with delicious food. With the help of Leon Overdulve they were able to make this dream a reality.

Brasserie de Lindeboom has been completely renovated throughout – the renovation began with only the four walls remaining! Everything has been carefully chosen with an eye for detail and authenticity combined with a fresh outlook. Throughout the establishment and also in the menu, you can see vintage black and white photos and postcards of Serooskerke and the Lindeboom. These were put together thanks to Mart Olijslager from Serooskerke.

He was happy to lend us old photos from a private collection that was compiled over many years. For this we owe him a big thank you!

Welcome to de Lindeboom!

It is with great pleasure that we introduce our chef Edi d’Astolto. Edi grew up in Abruzzo, in a small village in the mountains of Roscania in the middle of the Italian Apennines. Here, from a very young age, he grew up with a love of good food and cooking. Every night Edi’s mother put delicious dishes on the table, always prepared with fresh produce. Her cooking was so good that Edi wanted to learn how to cook like that for himself!

When Edi was 14 years old he went to live and study as an intern at the Villa Santa Maria hotel school. After 5 years at the school, he graduated and obtained his diploma, and from then on, he decided to gain as much experience as he was able.

In the years that followed, Edi went on to learn from great Chefs like Enrico Derflingher*, Alberico Penati*, Marco Pierre White*, Graziano Bonaccine*, Marco Tori*, Christophe Martin*, and Alain Ducasse*.

It was through working with Alain Ducasse in Tuscany that Edi became the chef that he is now, and it was also here that he met his wife Mirjam when she was working at the same 5-star hotel. Previously, Mirjam had worked for 4 years at the Ritz Carlton Hotel Arts in Barcelona from where she had proceeded to Milan to work in the Bvlgari Hotel.

Together they had a dream to start something that was their own, and with that in mind, they moved from London to The Netherlands in 2014. A return to their roots with space, open countryside, and the idea of providing a sociable and relaxing atmosphere combined with delicious food. With the help of Leon Overdulve they were able to make this dream a reality.

Brasserie de Lindeboom has been completely renovated throughout – the renovation began with only the four walls remaining! Everything has been carefully chosen with an eye for detail and authenticity combined with a fresh outlook. Throughout the establishment and also in the menu, you can see vintage black and white photos and postcards of Serooskerke and the Lindeboom. These were put together thanks to Mart Olijslager from Serooskerke.

He was happy to lend us old photos from a private collection that was compiled over many years. For this we owe him a big thank you!