The recommendations bible of Oskar!
These are my personal tips -based on experience and research- for a great experience in The Hague! This resulted in a good list of tips! You can click on the bold text to get to the Google Maps location of the establishment.
All of you good luck in The Hague!
And don’t forget to write me a review here of course 😉
Food / Restaurants
Around €17,50 for a dish.
Rotterdam’s first Michelin-star restaurant, famous for their unorthodox molecular-style of cooking.
Around €8,00 for a dish.
Around €16,00 for a dish.
Great restaurant, famous for their meze-style dinner. Try their famous falafel dish with a scrumptious tabouleh salad.
Dutch snacks & sweets
Try Haagsche Hopjes, I love it because…
Try a herring at Herring Spot, I love it because…
Try kibbeling at Kibbeling Spot, I love it because…
Great for alternative food on a beautiful location! Open: daily from 12am – 11pm
The start and ending point for our tour, visit the fanciest market of Holland! Open: daily from 10am – 8pm
Your go-to choice for fresh, organic staples. Open: every Tuesday from 8am – 5:30pm
Your best bet for a great beer and a shot at the billiard table!
If you love wine, like me, then this should be on your list. Don’t ask for their menu, let the sommelier advise you!
With a great view on the Meuse, this pub is the best choice on those sultry summer nights. Order a tangy Cosmopolitan cocktail as you watch the sunset…
Party place 1
The heart of The Hague’s house scene, dance till you drop!
Party place 2
The best way to meet locals and listen to different style of modern music.
Party place 3
A good way to practice your salsa steps and get on those tobasco toes! Every Friday night merengue night!
The shopping center at STREET takes you into the greatest international warehouses like H&M and Zara.
A lesser known gem, but great place to find vintage and second-hand clothing is STREET.
Coffeeshops (no coffee; Weed)
Nice seating inside and very good information with your quality pot.
A favorite among locals, because of its great location and ever so giggly crowd.
Good for trying space cake or hash brownies (no, not the English breakfast-style ones)…
Perhaps the most important museum for our city.
Well-known for their monthly expeditions.
This worldly museum will take you on a trip around the globe.
A beautiful park to enjoy a view of the city.
Great for running, hiring a canoe for the day, or just enjoying a picnic by the water.
Want to walk for hours, without seeing anyone? This beautiful hilly park is perfect for family outings and a large off-leash area for dogs.