Located in one of the oldest streets of The Hague, café De Oude Mol is famous for its friendly bohemian vibe, delicious bar snacks and live music on Monday evenings. This welcoming village café in the big city offers you The Hague without the pretence. From Wednesday to Saturday De Oude Mol also functions as a tapas restaurant.
De Oude Mol may seem small and cramped from the outside, yet it delivers a whole new meaning to coziness once you pass through the ivy-covered door. With melting candle sticks on the tables, fairy lights above the bar and old flower portraits on the wall, you are bound to feel charmed. Judith, the owner, always makes sure that her little café has that unique atmosphere.
Do check out the ladies toilet - if you're a lady, that is. It's the cutest one you'll ever see.