Alongside its current restaurant in De Haagsche Bluf, the popular steak restaurant Loetje has now opened the doors to a second inviting venue in The Hague – in the heart of the creative hotspot of Binckhorst. Housed in the former boiler room of the old Caballero factory, the newest location offers a unique setting to enjoy delicious Loetje dishes.
Warm Loetje ambiance
The impressive industrial architecture of the historic building is still clearly visible, with rugged materials like concrete and steel, as well as the original factory pipes and boilers. This gives guests plenty to look at while eating. All the same, the characteristic warm Loetje feel is also clearly present, thanks to the inviting tables and chairs and attractive colour accents.
No-nonsense, great-tasting steak
Loetje is synonymous with a great-tasting steak – served with authentic Loetje gravy, chips and white bread. But diners will also find a beef/vegetarian burger and poké bowl on the menu. After all, if beef is not your meat of preference, Loetje’s menu also has various tasty fish and vegetarian options. The delicious lunch, dinner and appetiser dishes are served in generous portions in a no-nonsense style. This makes Loetje the perfect choice for everyone, whether you’re eating dinner with the entire family, stopping by for a quick business lunch or winding down from the workweek with colleagues during an informal get-together.
Loetje Binckhorst can be easily reached by car and the Caballero site has plenty of parking (first hour free). And if you’d like to enjoy a bite to eat at Loetje after an afternoon or day of sailing, no problem! Thanks to the unique location next to the marina, boats can easily moor and you’ll be pulling up a chair at Loetje in no time.