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Nice dinner in the Hague

grandgourmand Mar 16, 2011 08:21 AM

I'm staying at a friend's place in the Hague and would like to take him out for a nice dinner. He's with wife and small child, so keep that in mind as far as recommended location.

Any suggestions? Any type of food is fine.

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    Patvs RE: grandgourmand Mar 19, 2011 06:17 PM

    If the 'small child' is 3-10 years old: just go for Dutch traditional pancakes at 't Pannekoekenhuisje Scheveningen. Or check out: http://www.iens.nl/restaurant/denhaag...

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      blownd RE: grandgourmand May 11, 2011 11:16 AM

      If you are conscious of value and price Fouquet offers good value. The restaurant is never too packed so a young child would not be an issue. They provide a 3-course meal for Euros 25 excluding drinks.

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        sparky22 RE: grandgourmand May 12, 2011 02:09 PM

        A few weeks ago my 13 year old and I ate at Het Kabinet. Great fresh seafood at affordable prices lots of locals. They offered a fixed meal--three courses for about 25 euros.

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          luvfoodtrvl RE: grandgourmand May 15, 2011 06:06 PM

          try a rijsttafel -- it's an indonesian 'rice table'- quite a LOT of food, but all delicious and a great value, any indonesian restaurant in the hague will have this on the menu.

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            hvdmeeberg RE: grandgourmand May 16, 2011 06:53 AM

            In the Hague you can go to: www.brasserieberlage.nl very childfriendly and afffordable. If the wheather is nice I would go to one of the restaurants directly on the Scheveningen beach for instance: Doen (small St Tropez) www.younghoreca.nl/locaties/doen.html or Whoosah (www.whoosah.nl) or Boomerang (www.boomerangbeach.nl). Always fun for kids and a nice ambiance for the parents.

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