Fodor's Expert Review Jamey Bennett
$$ The Hague Eclectic
Modern chic exposed brickwork, parquet floors, and funky designer furnishings set the scene at this cozy eatery—which takes its name from a Welsh spy who worked for British intelligence during the Cold War—within a stone's throw of the Hofvijver lake. Rolls and salads at lunchtime segue effortlessly, via high tea, into an eclectic dinner menu that plucks influences from both the Far East and the Mediterranean.
The Hague, South Holland 2513 AD, Netherlands
- Relaxed dining
- A menu picked from global classics
- Good cocktail menu