There are some seriously awesome brunch and breakfast spots in the Hague that cater to a wide range of palettes and preferences. As many of these restaurants are located near or next to the city’s main highlights travellers can easily start their day with a hearty meal before exploring the Hague’s diverse cultural attractions.
Looking to pick up some new threads whilst exploring the Hague? The make sure to check out this cosy lunchroom on Wagenstraat which moonlights as a vintage clothing store. Besides awesome preloved clothes Pim Coffee Sandwiches & Vintage also offers some truly delectable lunchtime treats like fresh smoothies, soup, salad and sandwiches.
Walter Benedict is an attractive bistro-style restaurant | Courtesy of Walter Benedict
This classy hangout in the Hague’s historic centre is within walking distance from several major landmarks including Escher in Het Palies, Haagse Bos and the Dutch houses of parliament at het Binnenhof. Their breakfast menu revolves around classic morning fare such as croissants, croque monsieur and eggs hollandaise.
As de Bakkerswinkel prepares all of its scones, quiches and croissants onsite inside an open kitchen, guests at the bakery can enjoy delicious breakfast or lunchtime fare whilst watching professional bakers work their magic. The bakery is housed within an incredible, three-storey building from the early 20th century that is currently protected as a national monument.
Breakfast & Lunch June is located on the southern side of Noordeinde Palace’s gardens and within walking distance from many other important sights around the Hague city centre. There’s a plethora of delicious, healthy meals available at the restaurant including ciabattas, salads and club sandwiches which can be enjoyed inside June’s cosy lunchroom or outside on their charming, street side terrace.
Scallys has been creating and serving authentic English lunchtime food in the Hague for over 20 years and is among the most popular midday hangouts in the city. Their menu revolves around British staples and includes some real classics such as crumpets, hefty ploughman’s lunch and full-blown fry ups.
There are plenty of delicious treats to chow down on inside Café Blossom’s peaceful lunchroom and sunny terrace including homemade cakes, gourmet sandwiches and fresh salads with hearty ingredients. The restaurant also offers high tea with classic sweet and savoury nibbles.
Parks has plenty to offer hungry sightseers when it come to breakfast or lunch and serves many classic Dutch morning meals such as egg-based platters and stacks of delicious pancakes with fruit, sugar and syrup. Their lunchtime specials are particularly mouthwatering and include several mouth watering meals that are inspired by international cuisine like American-style club sandwiches and beef teriyaki.