Food, drinks & nightlife
If you ask about a Chinese restaurant, Full Moon is the most frequently given answer! Also known as the 'Escalator Chinese' (the restaurant is on the first floor). Here you eat authentic Cantonese and it is the place in The Hague to go dim sum with a group! A little further you can find Full Moon Express where - as the name suggests - you go for a quick Asian meal.
At the Taiwanese restaurant T&C Haus, not only noodles and rice dishes are on the menu, but also fresh bao's, Taiwanese snacks and tasty cakes. Yum!
The first and only vegetarian shop in the Netherlands can be found in The Hague! At the Vegetarische Toko you have come to the right place for all kinds of authentic Indian dishes, but then prepared vegetable-based. Also read the article with the best Indonesian restaurants and tokos according to locals in The Hague for more recommendations in the Indonesian area.
At Xi'an delicious Food on the Korte Poten in the center of The Hague, the noodles are freshly prepared. You choose the thickness of the noodle and then eat it in a noodle soup, fried or with vegetables. Don't skip the dumplings either!
Fancy sushi? There is an enormous amount of choice in the field of Japanese food: from authentic restaurants, nice hip addresses to the well-known all-you-can-eat restaurants.
Phonsawan means "gift from heaven" in Thai and so is the food here! You can eat here, among other things, the tastiest authentic pad thai - according to many - in The Hague. If you go on a weekend, reservation is recommended.
Next to Vapiano you can find Umami. According to some it's perhaps the tastiest 'asion fusion' restaurant in The Hague. Chef Han of the former star restaurant Han Ting (now restaurant Zheng, located on the Prinsestraat, highly recommended for fine dining!) opened this restaurant and can now also be found in other cities in the Netherlands.
The Filipino cuisine is a special mix of Chinese, Malaysian and Spanish cuisine, but you can also see some American and Indian influences. Bayro Pilipinas is one of the few Filipino restaurants in The Hague and here you can eat the most delicious adobo, which is chicken or beef in soy sauce, with vinegar and garlic. Tip: leave some room for the 'leche flan' for dessert.
Little V is located at the Rabbijn Maarsenplein. The 'V' does not only stand for Vietnam, but also for surprise. So: if you want to discover the surprising cuisine of Vietnam, go to Vietnamese restaurant Little V at Rabbijn Maarsenplein in The Hague!
Many people with Indonesian roots live in The Hague. No wonder there are so many Indonesian restaurants and toko's. Salamat makan!
On the Noordeinde is the Indian restaurant Saravanaa Bhavan. All dishes on the menu are vegetarian. Be sure to order the channa batura here: airy freshly baked bread that just came out of the oven with channa masala.
On the menu of La Mian you will find surprising Asion fusion dishes that you share with each other, such as a scallion pancake roll or popcorn chicken. You will also find many noodle dishes here and the menu is full of cocktails.
In the building of Garoeda, once the most famous Indonesian restaurant in the Netherlands, Ron Blaauw opened his Garuda by Ron Gastrobar. That's fine dining the Indonesian way!
Takumi Ramen Kitchen in The Hague never disappoints! Both for lunch and dinner, or at home if you don't feel like cooking. As the name suggests, you come here for the tastiest ramen, but don't forget to order the gyoza's or karage chicken (fried chicken) as a side dish.
The drink from Taiwan with tapioca balls is super popular! Bubble Tea is made from tea, fruit syrup, milk and of course the tapioca balls (made from cassava). At many Bubble Tea shops you can choose from different toppings such as tapioca or poppings with flavours like mango, lychee or strawberry. You drink the poppings with the straw and give a special effect. Want to try bubble tea? Then visit: