Schagen has a remarkable number of restaurants and it was quite difficult for us to decide where to have our diner the second day of our short visit. Although not our first choice (which was Grand Café 1741, closed for a private function) we ended up in Restaurant De Posthoorn, almost next to our hotel Igesz.
De Posthoorn is located in one of the older buildings of the city along the main square; it is family owned since 1912. We were seated by the friendly staff in the conservatory with great views of the Markt.
Being so close to the North Sea we opted for one of the fish dishes of the menu: fillet of cod with a very tasteful mustard sauce. The fish was served with various potatoes and vegetables. We finished our diner with a (strong) cappuccino, still overlooking the main square and enjoying the coming and going locals.
De Posthoorn offers good honest food for an affordable price (our main course was just € 16.50 pp).
The Linke Loetje restaurant is housed in what was a former family house close to the old Church.
The furniture is something of everything and the tableware can be equaly divers.
The menu comes in the form of a personalized newspaper.
Just visit once and let the staff surprise you.
Just take a tour through the building, because it's a Dutch brick-a-brack museum alike.
Daily from 5PM.
Favorite Dish: Goulash Soep