You’d never guess from the outside that, inside, Einstein’s offers a beautiful space, delicious food and even homemade liquors.
Einstein’s calls itself an Italian kitchen and most of the food is Mediterranean-inspired. The menu is heavy on fish and cured Italian meats.
The menu is frequently changing, so picking out a single dish to recommend is challenging. For a first course, the antipasti platter is tasty. Be sure to try some of the homemade bread. They do excellent fish and the risotto, if it’s available, is also delicious.
The desserts can be a bit hit or miss but they offer a sample of five of their homemade liquors that are always guaranteed to be good. And who doesn’t need five shots after the several glasses of wine they have had at dinner?
From the outside, you’d never guess there was a beautiful restaurant tucked on the inside. The front part has a fairly typical brown cafe vibe, with dark wooden panels and wooden furniture. (Be sure to look up; the painted ceiling is original and impressive.) The back portion has a lighter and brighter feel with a more modern aesthetic. When the weather is nice, there’s a lovely garden in the back.
The service is possibly the friendliest in Delft. The staff is attentive and welcoming and are always more than willing to accommodate.
There’s no English-language menu.
Dinner will cost around €40 euros per person.
Wednesday: 16:00 – 24:00
Thursday: 16:00 – 24:00
Friday: 16:00 – 1:00
Saturday: 16:00 – 1:00
Sunday: 16:00 – 24:00
2613 BE Delft
Categories: $$$, Italian, Mediterranean, Restaurant, Table Service