Elise de Vuijst is no stranger to us. She had a restaurant Canterbury Tales. That business was recently closed, the owner is now continuing with Rolling Scones, a food truck concept. “I took part of the interior of the restaurant home with me,” says Elise. She invited us to her home.

Around the corner from Reinkenstraat in Duinoord, Elise has bought an attic. We thought of a kind of student residence, but we were completely wrong!

In 2015 Elise bought the apartment. “It was a very empty floor, which I could do everything with. I have built in rooms myself with a mezzanine as an office. I would rather have a dormer, but this house has a special roof of which there are only a few. So I can’t touch that.”

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Elise owned the English restaurant Canterbury Tales on Kepplerstraat. This one has recently closed as she continues with Rolling Scones. She continues to make the same bakes and the delicious coffee, only from a food truck.

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