A more suburban area of the city, this series of mini villages has a culinary scene that spans the spectrum. A world-renowned Michelin starred restaurant is the main attraction in the area, located along the shore of Lake De Poel. The everyday fare is no less exotic, with Iranian, Japanese, and refined Italian restaurants rounding out the options of international flavors. Of course, you can still find some down-home Dutch cooking to keep it locally rooted. Whatever you seek, you’ll be delighted by the options in this worldly enclave outside of the city center.