This 2-story lunchroom is pure paradise for people with a sweet tooth. Its extensive assortment includes dozens of cakes and pastries, but it's most renowned for its Bossche bollen (pastry filled with whipped cream and glazed with melted chocolate). If you can believe it, hordes of elderly Dutchmen and women have been known to travel for hours by train just to eat these authentic local snacks and if you’re really unfortunate, you'll be stuck behind them in a long queue. Luckily they are packed during the 'Jeroen Bosch-year' in a special giftbox with the painter on it. True fanatics order the XXXL-sized Bossche bol but you might require a shot of insulin afterward. Give also De Bossche Kus a try if your a chocolate addict, which is a small bonbon.