It’s not a creative name, given that the spacious restaurant is housed in the former post office building, but ‘t Postkantoor does have a creative ambiance and gorgeous terrace.
The menu at ‘t Postkantoor is typically Dutch. Lunch sees sandwiches and salads, dinner offers a short list of meat and fish dishes. There’s tostis and uitsmijters plus carpaccio and kipsate to be found. They also offer a prix fixe menu of three courses for two people.
If you’re dining at lunch, try the cheese and egg salad sandwich (sandwich met Wijngaards oude kaas) or the Turkish sandwich with oysters (turks brood met oosters). For dinner, the pork is good (gemarineerd procuceur van het Hoeve varken) as is the caesar salad. The three course menu has always been tasty as well.
The interior space is huge, with funky decorations, a wall of home goods for sale and even a giant fireplace. Seats in front of it are hard to come by in the winter. There’s also a very large terrace space with outdoor seating.
It’s all table service and a half of a step above typical Dutch. You may only have to flag your server down 1-2 times instead of the more common 3-4.
There are no English-language menus. They offer gluten free bread as well as a variety of vegetarian options.
Lunch will cost around €15 per person and dinner around €30.
Monday: 10:00 – 24:00
Tuesday: 10:00 – 24:00
Wednesday: 10:00 – 24:00
Thursday: 10:00 – 24:00
Friday: 10:00 – 1:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 1:00
Sunday: 10:00 – 24:00
Delft City Centre
2611 HN Delft
Categories: $$$, Dutch, Lunch Cafe, Restaurant, Table Service