Chocolate lovers need look no further for this weekend’s activities as they can now indulge their passion at the Chocoa Festival. Held on March 29th and 30th in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, you can fill your days with tastings and once you’ve satisfied your sweet tooth, visit a photo exhibition called For the Love of Chocolate. ” A […]
If you love Japanese cuisine then you know how it feels when you finally find your favourite Japanese restaurant. The pillows of rice used for nigiri sushi become pedestals which showcase fresh-from-the-sea slices of salmon, sea bass, and tuna, while the injection of colour which bright orange crab roe adds to soft-shell crab maki is […]
Editor’s Note: We are sad to report that ABC Beers has now closed. However, they still brew beer on the 1st Sunday of the month if you want to drop in for a chat. The Korte Koediefstraat in Den Haag, the Netherlands, is one of the quietest streets in the city centre. However, there is one […]
The name Bite Me! is invitingly provocative for a restaurant and after stepping inside for lunch one sunny Saturday afternoon in Den Haag, I wondered if the menu and the restaurant itself would pique my curiosity as much as the name had. We were not to be disappointed. As we slid into our soft leather […]
The sun will be shining on one of the Netherlands’ premier food festivals, Preuvenemint, this weekend in the city of Maastricht. The Vrijthof, a beautiful city centre square paved with old cobblestones, bordered by trees, and dominated at one end by the St. Servatius Basilica will from August 22nd to August 25th be transformed into a […]
Travel Glutton Moments are moments in time when travel and food merge together so perfectly well that you almost can’t believe it and have to pinch yourself to make sure it is all real. If I can give any advice to those visiting the Home Made Market in Den Haag, the Netherlands, it’s to go with […]
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. […]
There is something about the words ‘home made’ that evokes childhood memories of warm apple pie, fresh out of the oven, the smell of cinnamon-spiced apples permeating the air. It can also mean a hand-knitted jumper, itchy and ill-fitting, but your love for the person who crafted it means that you still faithfully wear it […]
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.