Whether you are staying in one of Corporate Housing Factory’s apartments in Hoge Duin or La Fenetre, you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to eating out in The Hague. With so many opportunities, we’ve put together a list of ten favourites to help you on your way.

 

1 – Hoftrammm

Step onboard this moving tram, which has been converted into an elegant and interesting restaurant with a professional kitchen. During the fixed route journey, you’ll enjoy a 5-course dinner and wine. Booking well in advance is essential.

Stationsplein 3, 2275 AZ

 

2 – Indiaas Restaurant Maharani

If you are looking for good Indian food, then head to Maharani. Inside this warm restaurant, fresh natural ingredients and traditional recipes come together.

Noordeinde 93, 2514 GD

 

3 – Hungarian Corner

Prepare yourself for one of the largest schnitzels in The Hague when you visit Hungarian Corner. The restaurant is a favourite with locals and expats alike.

Thomsonplein 26C, 2565 KW

 

4 – Baladi Manouche

Baladi Manouche is where you want to head for tasty Lebanese food. Reasonably priced and prepared by friendly staff, the location might be small, but the flavours are anything but.

Torenstraat 95, 2513 BP

 

5 – The Penthouse

Located on the top floors of The Hague Tower, The Penthouse provides dining and views at 135 meters. In addition to lunch and dinner, you can also visit for “highest” tea or wine.

Haagse Toren, Rijswijkseplein 786, 2516 LX

 

6 – Coco Bango

Ignore the slightly unusual restaurant name and head to Coco Bango for excellent Persian food. Featuring large portions, a relaxing environment, and even a small store next door to pick up your favourites (think tea and saffron rock candy).

241 Zuiderparklaan, 2574 HJ

 

7 – Ruiseñor

Ruiseñor promises to tell a story with each dish it serves and with seven courses, you will be “hearing” a lot of stories. A balance between iconic Mexican tastes and fine cuisine, this is a place to discover new flavours.

Denneweg 120, 2514 CL

 

8 – Restaurant Calla’s

Awarded its first Michelin star in 2002, which it has continued to retain, Calla’s is a fine dining experience. The restaurant has an elegant interior, excellent customer service, and food that has many wondering why they don’t have a second Michelin star yet.

Laan van Roos en Doorn 51A, 2514 BC

 

9 – Irawaddy Royal Thai Cuisine

More of a takeaway than a restaurant, Irawaddy Royal Thai Cuisine still deserves to make the list for its delicious Thai food. Generous portions, friendly staff, and daily dagschotels that will have you coming back for more.

Spui 202, 2511 BX

 

10 – Tommy’s & Zuurveen

A relative newcomer to The Hague, Tommy’s & Zuurveen is already getting plenty of good reviews and awards. The ambience is relaxed and cosy, the dishes beautiful, and the menu top notch.

Veenkade 19, 2513 EG

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