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Noordwijk An Zee Dining Tips?

shelbyeileen Apr 8, 2009 12:58 AM

We're going on holiday to Noordwijk An Zee. Does any one have any suggestions for not-to-miss dining experiences? Thanks!

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    rarotonga Apr 10, 2009 05:15 PM

    I've been asking people the same question since I'll also be in that general area next week. The place that was recommended most enthusiastically was the restaurant Latour in the Hotel Huis ter Duin in Noordwijk aan Zee, which has a Michelin star. The menu online looks yummy but I don't know if I'm prepared to spend that much money on this trip, however.

    What I really want is the herring! But sadly I won't be there in June either.

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      zobot77 Apr 11, 2009 01:55 AM

      this is the place to go, not for fine dinning, but for the real dutch sea side experience...

      http://www.simonisvis.nl/simonisaande...

      it's the restaurant from one of the best fish handlers in holland! and it's quite an experience! it's located in Scheveningen, just outside of Den Haag, easily reachable by the tram.

      SIMONIS AAN DE HAVEN
      Visafslagweg 20
      2583 DM Den Haag
      Tel: 070-3500042

      Great Thai is Songkhla, Den Haag

      Gedempte Burgwal 2f
      2512 BT Den Haag

      Denneweg and Noordeinde have nice places and shops...

      Greats and bars with large beer garden/terraces on the Grote Markt.

      Enjoy Den Haag!

      1. re: zobot77
        shelbyeileen Apr 13, 2009 07:14 AM

        Thanks for all of the info everyone. Am super excited to see the flower parade and now to eat as well! :)

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      tmso Apr 9, 2009 05:01 AM

      I hope you're going after 9 June, as that's the start of the new herring season. Those wonderful little products of the early catch are amazing. Beach, beer and matjes was about as refined as my dining got in Noordwijk, at least in terms of eating out. I don't remember the restaurants being especially tempting, but a group of us all took turns cooking, so the constant variety of home-cooked food didn't encourage us to try. For Rijsttafel we drove to Den Haag, which isn't too far.

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      1. re: tmso
        shelbyeileen Apr 10, 2009 07:18 AM

        Thanks. But, we'll be there for the flower parade in about 2 weeks. Any good places in Den Haag that you can recommend?

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