Fodor's Expert Review 't Goude Hooft

$$ The Hague Dutch

Magnificently dating to 1423 but rebuilt in 1660, the oldest restaurant in The Hague has a well-preserved interior redolent of the Dutch Golden Age, complete with wood-beamed ceilings. The furniture is more contemporary, but it's nonetheless an impressive setting for a light lunch, a platter of bitterballen to wash down a cold beer, or a hearty surf-and-turfy dinner, or beef stew.

Dutch Historical Casual Breakfast Lunch Dinner $$

Quick Facts

Dagelijkse Groenmarkt 13
The Hague, South Holland  2511 AL, Netherlands


Known For:
  • Historical ambience
  • A terrace with a prime location for people-watching
  • Weekly changing steak dishes
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

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