A trip around the world
The interior design of Foodhallen The Hague is inspired by the vibrant atmosphere of Southern European town squares. Let the food take you away to your favorite holiday destination as you lay back on the steps inspired by the architecture of Spanish city squares. The 12 internationally orientated food stands will take you on a culinary trip around the globe. DimDimSum can fulfill your craving for authentic Chinese street food, while the Amsterdam based Italian restaurant, Renato’s, has the best pastas and pizzas. Bar Pêche serves fresh oysters, pulpo and other treasures of the sea. A good burger is a must on every food menu; Smokey Goodness shares their love for BBQ through juicy burgers. Vietstreet brings Vietnam to The Hague in the form of fresh rolls and banh mi. The Hague already knew them from their Herengracht and Gedempte Gracht restaurants, but now they are cooking traditional dishes in Foodhallen as well!
Thirsty? We’ve got you covered!
The two bars at Foodhallen offer a wide range of drinks. The first bar is specialized in local and international craft beer. Did you know that Foodhallen’s exclusive house beer is brewed by the local heroes of Kompaan Brewery? The Haagsche Bluf Pale Ale is an easygoing, refreshing beer that appeals to all beer lovers. More into gin-tonics? The bartenders in the wine/gin-tonic bar are specialized in making the most beautiful and delicious GT’s and cocktails. Are you looking for a good bottle of wine? Don’t hesitate to ask the staff for a recommendation.
Beats & Bites
Good food? Check! Good drinks? Check! Good atmosphere? Check! Foodhallen frequently invites local DJ’s that bring the best music and vibe with them. Dancing is allowed! With events as Beats & Bites and Terrace Hangouts, Foodhallen brings food, drinks, and good vibes together. During the summer, the Haagsche Bluf transforms into a tropical paradise, while Foodhallen celebrates indoors during the winter.
The Haagsche Bluf is known as a culinary destination, but also attracts architecture lovers. The architecture of the Haagsche Bluf consists of glass walls, against which there are famous replicas of historical facades from Delft and The Hague. From all over the world, facade elements, ornaments, fountains, and other historical materials have been incorporated together. For example, a well-known Art Nouveau building by J.W. Bosboom on the Denneweg can be found as a replica. There is a copy of the Pageshuis, of which the original 1918 building is located on the Lange Voorhout. You will find a preserved facade of the distillery, 'De Ooievaar', founded in 1982. There are also two original 18th century fountains brought over from France and on the square is a copy of a Venetian tower surrounded by some façades from Delft.