The Restaurant is temporarily closed.
We'll re-open in early 2022
THE BEE... You might wonder, ‘What is it with all the anglicism?’
In early 2021, we; Vickey and Björn – both expats from Britain and Germany respectively; -decided to embark on a new adventure and purchased the then called Pannenkoekenstation and de Bijenstal. The property of about 4000m2 has, over the past 20 years, seen a gradual transformation. Which started as a bee keeping enterprise, soon changed into a museum, which also hosted model trains. Trekkerhuts were added and eventually the pancake restaurant opened around 2017.
Now, in July 2021, we’ve (re)opened and are offering our welcome to you.
The name -THE BEE – pays tribute to the fact that we’re ‘not from around here’. It also is a playful reference and invitation to just be(e ) and enjoy some time with us.
Over time we have plans to continue the transformation process that started some 20 years ago. The bees and bee keeping will of course play an integral part. THE BEE is a concept in the making and today is just the start of what we hope is going to be an exciting journey.
Our restaurant serves an appetising selection of original Dutch pancakes
THE HUMMUS PANCAKE
A Vegitarian Choice
THE BEE PANCAKE
With Organic Honey
THE OPPERDOES PANCAKE
Served All Day
Friday: 16:00 - 20:00
Saturday: 12:00 - 20:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 20:00
via Zwarte Pad