TIP!

Sjiek also has his own branding, take a look through the whole thing and find the Mestreech people everywhere. On amongst others their own 'Sjieke ies' and the wine glasses. Have fun discovering!

Café Sjiek

That tastes like... Mestreech! (Maastricht in dialect).

Cafe Sjiek may sound chic, but that's not the approach! Casual enjoyment is paramount here. The first eatery of Maastricht (since 1982) serves mainly Sjieke dishes and Sjieke wines (in the Maastricht sense of the word). On the menu are mainly "grandmothers" dishes from the region such as kingfish, black pudding, game and sauerkraut. But also, for a nice salad, a good piece of meat or fish or a pasta you can certainly go here.

7 days a week from 12:00 – 22:00

Openingstijden

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Mestreechs keteerke.

"For every Maastricht native it is the perfect excuse to arrive unashamedly late, the Mestreechs Keteerke. When you don't feel like rushing for a moment, you use this ideal trump card".

Cafe Sjiek is well known territory for every “Mestreechteneer". Since 1982 it is the first eatery in Maastricht and that is certainly known! Amusement is guaranteed at Sjiek: on their lovely terrace or in their cozy cafe, it's all equally cozy. Reservations cannot be made here, everything relaxed so a Mestreechs Keteerke can certainly be here ;)

No restaurant, rather a living room! The cozy version of a French grand cafe. Within summer the advantage of a large outdoor terrace in the historic city park. Café Sjiek exists since 1982 and has become an integral part of Maastricht. Here you meet each other. To eat together, enjoy a good glass of wine or for a good conversation.

On the menu are mainly fresh, simple dishes from Maastricht and the region: sour meat, game, blood sausage and sauerkraut. But also, for his tournedos Verjans, pasta Arabica or Salad Olivier Café Sjiek is known. Because good and simple is (h)honest! On the extensive wine list, you will find large and small houses from France, Italy and even Maastricht. Of course, for reasonable prices.

Patron Robin Berben is a host pur sang and has so much experience in the culinary field, that he knows what the Burgundian guest would like to eat. The purchase of ingredients is carefully discussed with the kitchen brigade. With fresh products the dishes are prepared according to traditional methods. The kitchen brigade consists of experienced cooks, all with a great love for cooking. Cooking is such a party at Cafe Sjiek, because almost every day the menu is tinkered with and they can use their creativity.

Sjiek greetings and see you soon!

lunch, dinner

Regional, French, Belgian

€€

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Sint Pieterstraat 13, 6211 JM Maastricht, Nederland

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