Food & Drinks

From serene, to wild to tasteful. Our Brasserie is housed in a historic ‘convent house barracks’; as the name suggests, the building was originally a convent, later a barracks and was then converted some years ago to house our Brasserie, where you can enjoy a drink and dine in a theatrical ambience.

The Brasserie will bring to mind the culinary delights of French Brasseries. Marvel at the Menu du Jour at € 29,95: a different menu each day, so that we can serve you the best and freshest produce of the season. Or choose the classical à la carte dishes which we serve throughout the year.

opening hours
Our Brasserie opens two and a half hours before commencement of a theatre performance or pre-performance discussions.
Advance reservations are advised: tel. +31 (0) 76 530 31 60 

‘See and be seen’ - you can take that quite literally in our sleek, white foyer lounge Front at the front of the theatre. Everything is visible inside and outside through the many glass windows and mirrors. At Front, food sharing is a must. Enjoy a delicious platter of international dishes made from the best ingredients. During the season, we introduce you to dishes from all corners of the world. At Front, you can also enjoy various coffee specialities and a nice cup of tea with cake. Or why not enjoy a refreshing cocktail made by our expert cocktail shakers. 

opening hours
Open on Mondays: when there is a theatre performance.
Tuesday to Saturday: from 5.30 pm to 1 am.
Sunday: 12 noon to 1 am, for evening performances, otherwise from 12.00 noon to 10 pm.
Advance reservations are advised: tel. +31 (0) 76 530 31 62 

The Gerecht restaurant is a newcomer to the Chassé Theatre. Enjoy a quick and tasty meal before the show or film. Each evening before a theatre performance, we offer something different from various parts of the world. For example, wraps, pasta, noodles, tarte flambée or soup. Vegetarian versions are always available. We serve a delicious lunch at noon.

opening hours
Gerecht is open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm (except for bank holidays) and before a theatre show from 6.30 pm.