Foodies, sunbathers and beach lovers can indulge themselves at the Foodhall Scheveningen. At the addition on the Noordboulevard you will find seventeen world cuisines in one location. With well-known (local) food entrepreneurs and exciting newcomers, there is a choice for everyone.
Enjoy the summer in Scheveningen
Since De Noordboulevard has undergone a metamorphosis, with the arrival of the Foodhall, Scheveningen can rightly be called the hotspot of Scheveningen. The hall is inspired by the atmosphere of a lively, cosmopolitan market full of lights and sounds. Due to the placement of the stands on the sides of the hall and a walking route, there is enough space to order a dish at one of the seventeen food stands. Picked something delicious? Settle down on the spacious terrace and enjoy a panoramic view of the North Sea in the sun.
Seventeen worldly cuisines
The Foodhall Scheveningen offers boundless delicacies under one roof. The range of food stands is global and (inter)national. After a tour of the various food stands, it is time to make a choice. Will it be bitterballen, spareribs, Spanish churros, or an Asian dish? Are you going for a plate of oysters, a special local dish or a juicy veggie burger?
Come and enjoy the Hague concepts such as Pazze e Pizze, Diego's Burgers, Amier, Woodstok (W.T.F. Go Vegetarian) and the Resident in the Foodhall Scheveningen! In addition, the Foodhall also brought a number of big names to Scheveningen with experience in food halls elsewhere; The Ballenbar, Jabugo, The Sushibar, La Catrina and Churros & more. New names have also been thought of: De Scheveningen Oesterbar, Meat on a Stick, Saigon Streetfood, Frozen Sweets and Dim Sum at Wan Tsam are entrepreneurs who started their first permanent business in Scheveningen. Pad Thai and Gyros Express are concepts that have been known in the Netherlands for some time.
Foodhall Scheveningen is easily accessible from the center of The Hague by public transport, car and bicycle. In all cases, it takes about fifteen minutes. Those traveling by public transport can take tram lines 1 and 9 and bus lines 21, 22 and 23. From The Hague Central train station you can use tram 9 in the direction of Scheveningen. From The Hague Hollands Spoor Station, HTM trams 1 and 9 run towards the beach. Get off at the Kurhaus stop, after which you walk to De Pier within three minutes.
By car you follow the signs Scheveningen Bad from the highway. There are several parking garages in the immediate vicinity: Interparking Boulevard Scheveningen, Parking Nieuwe Parklaan, Parking Kurhaus and Parking Scheveningen Strand. These are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and all three are within a ten-minute walk. For practical information about the best route, accessibility and parking in Scheveningen, visitdenhaag.com/nl/scheveningen-accessibility. The best way to go to Scheveningen is by (moped) bicycle. This is the fastest, especially with good weather. There are many unguarded bicycle parking spaces in Scheveningen. Directly on the beach there are also several guarded bicycle sheds from Biesieklette, where you can park your bicycle for free.