Café de Bayonne is a piece of Basque Country in the heart of Scheveningen with a unique cuisine, good fine wines and a cozy atmosphere. The menu at Café de Bayonne includes both Spanish tapas and French dishes. And if you only want to enjoy a drink at the bar with a gin and tonic and pintxos, you can. Alternatively, take a seat on the terrace and enjoy watching the world go by in the Keizerstraat. The changing menu, guest chefs and specials make this informal restaurant in Scheveningen Village the ultimate place to return more often!
Café de Bayonne gets its name from the capital of the Basque Country, Bayonne, where owners Boris and Ted discovered super delicious dishes during their surfing holidays. The dishes served as inspiration for the atmospheric restaurant in The Hague’s seaside resort, where you soon feel as if you are on holiday. So the café really is like a piece of Basque Country in Scheveningen!
From Thursday to Sunday evenings you can enjoy a glass of fine wine or a sumptuous table filled with pintxos. The Basque version of different, smaller dishes should not be confused with tapas. Bayonne also serves other generous portions of food, such as whole sea bass baked in the oven, chip irons, moules de boucho and naturally a variety of platters with local cheeses and Iberico ham.
Keizerstraat is Scheveningen's oldest and most historical shopping street. The old centre of Scheveningen is a small, authentic village. It offers plenty of warmth, atmosphere and charm. You can still feel the atmosphere of the former fishermen's village as you shop in Keizerstraat and the surrounding streets.
Keizerstraat starts at the end of Scheveningseweg and ends just before the boulevard. Street parking in Scheveningen is paid almost everywhere; the closest parking garages are a 10 - 15 minute walk away. The most convenient way to reach Keizerstraat is with the tram.
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Café de Bayonne
Keizerstraat 124, 2584 BM, The Hague