Embark on an exceptional culinary journey at HanTing Cuisine in The Hague and let yourself be surprised
The Hague (Den Haag) is steeped in history with an abundance of restaurants offering international cuisines. Deciding is the real challenge.
The innovative, creative concept behind the Restaurant Gember will intrigue you as will the menu served here
A one-of-a-kind, traveling food truck festival in the Netherlands with music and food that feeds the soul
The place now known as Scheveningen used to be just a fishing village with a very small connection to The Hague.
Piccalilli Food Camp uses the beloved “recipe” of similar food(-truck) festivals: a large open space, plenty of colourful food trucks, and local music
The southernmost province of the Netherlands, Limburg, with its hilly landscape, likes to defy the idea that the Netherlands is a totally flat country. The name Limburg derives from the fortified castle town known as Limbourg, currently in the Belgian province of Liège, which was the seat of the medieval Duchy of Limburg. Many of […]
If there is one food item in the Netherlands that is more surprising than any other, it would have to be the kroket.
Editor’s Note: We are sad to report that Bao’s Kitchen has now closed. Explore our other articles for alternatives of where to eat in The Hague. When you push open the door of Bao’s Kitchen in The Hague, the Netherlands, it feels a lot like stepping out of your own home and into someone else’s. […]
The 17th century historical atmosphere combined with the mentality of a modern metropolis makes Amsterdam so attractive. The small scale of the buildings and the intimacy of the streets, canals and squares create a unique pattern.