Sometimes happiness also means understanding how beautiful the place is where you landed. Many Düsseldorfers feel that way when they are in Holland. That can be the colourful and hip canal culture of Amsterdam or the sea-dune beach landscape of North Holland with its beach stalls and picturesque villages. These are also the friendly, cheerful hosts who make it easy for you to feel at home. The willingness to talk and eat together is great and the pannekoeken, vlaamse friet, broodjes, sate' and the dutch beer do the rest to create an atmosphere you would like to have forever.
This is also possible in Dusseldorf now, because Nooij has what attracts many to Holland - a hip, stylish and yet cosy dutch restaurant. It's located in the former tram depot hall in today's Tanzhaus NRW, meeting place for the most creative dancers from all over the world and probalby the most colourful and passionate audience in Düsseldorf.
Local, down-to-earth food is prepared in a new and creative way, similar to the comfort kitchen from the dutch quarter in New York. With many toasts, cakes and one of the most delicious chickens ever.