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Den Haag (The Hague)
At a confluence of canals in one of the city's most charming districts, this long-running favourite sets up tables across the shady plaza...
It's the 'restaurant on the sunny side of the street', a multi-award-winning seafood place serving grilled, fried and poached fish, mussels and scallops. The menu reflects what's fresh.
Wonderfully rustic, with a low ceiling and canal views from a rear terrace. Try the much-loved local Stellendam prawns. At night it’s a popular place for a glass of this or that, with or without prawns.
People have been selling fish on this spot since 1342. The present vendors line the display cases in the old open-air pavilion with all manner of things fishy...
The flawless cream facade and potted olive trees suggest this place is special, and it is. The dining room is lined with art and features a contemporary menu of seasonal items prepared with a Mediterranean flair...
The sea isn't far and its seasonal bounty is given its own Golden Age at this bustling bistro with a fascinating open kitchen...
The name means sea salt and that's all you need to know. Well, actually, details such as the superbly prepared fresh fish, wrap-around windows, outside seating with waterfront views and polished service are also key...
White-tiled and exposed-brick walls give this seafood specialist a breezy, oceanside feel. Oysters, crabs and sardines are laid out behind glass, and the kitchen turns out freshly cooked fish and chips...
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