At restaurant Houtloods you can take a 'cheeky look in the pots and pans'. You can literally see where and how your food is cooked. Guests sit in the kitchen or on one of the tables next to the kitchen, but it is all one room! The kitchen in this restaurant is the beating heart of the business and is placed in the middle of the room.
The Houtloods dates from 1867 and is thus the oldest building in the Railway Zone that is still standing. It originally functioned to store wood.
The Houtloods is open from Tuesday to Sunday starting at 11:00 for lunch and dinner. The restaurant has its own parking facilities in the evening, a lovely terrace and a special room (atrium) for groups and parties.