De Dagvisser is a restaurant in between some others overlooking the 2nd inner harbour.
At the end of the day is a relaxing spot with sun shining bright on the terrace.
Indoors there are more tables, but the best people watching spot is outside.
Atmosphere is relaxed with a mixed crowd and semi-professional personnel under the management of Sjanet Schot.
Kitchen hours: Su-Sa: noon-9.30PM
Favorite Dish: The 3 course fish special at ~Euro 15,-- (drinks not included) called "Liefdes van de Zee".
On the second evening we went to Masada for dinner. They had the weekmenu which we were interested in: skewers with french fries. It was really nice.
The price in July 2011 was:
Cola/coke € 2.50
Ice tea € 2.75
Tonic € 2.50
Weekmenu € 11.50
Favorite Dish: Weekmenu.
There are so many restaurants at the boulevard. Me and my parents had dinner on the first evening at Vitesse. There is a part where you can have a view over the sea/boulevard and a part back in the restaurant where you hardly have a view at the sea/boulevard. We sat at the part where you could see the sea/boulevard. I had the tuna with carots and potatoes/fries. It tasted really well!!
These were the prices in July 2011:
Cola/coke € 2.50
Ice tea € 2.90
Tonic € 2.70
Tuna steak € 14.75
Mayonaisse € 0.95
Pork € 16.50
Mini vieneta (ice) € 4.50
Sorbet € 5.95
Sakura is a chain of Japanese restaurants that started in Arnhem and now can be found in Rotterdam, Scheveningen, and Antwerp (Belgium) too. A bit expensive but worth it, since it's not easy to find a good sushi restaurants in The Netherlands.
The food is great as well as the service.
Did you know eating herring dates back to 3000 BC and, first eaten in Scandinavia? And the Scots created their first factory in the 7th century for the Dutch who were their first customers? The Dutch began their business in the 14th century (some parts of the fish are removed, which eliminates any bitter taste, while the salt-process is needed for flavor).
It's said that with the discovery of the herring business, the Dutch began their seafaring power building their incredibly good ships ...
Eating your first herring could be a terrifying, traumatic experience, hahaha ... like me! Although I do know the fish-meal is very good to your throat ... so every year I will have a special herring-day when "Flag Day" is there (see link)!
Favorite Dish: Eat the fish as a snack, so hold it by the tail and move the fish over one's mouth. Slip it into your mouth while eating. It can also be consumed on a roll, with or without chopped onions. You can eat it all day long, any time of the day and, famous when the herring season opens in late May with the Vlaggetjesdag-festival, or Flag Day ...
Ofcourse Scheveningen is the best place to eat herring!!! The new one 2007 will cost 2.10 Euro.
Really a nice looking reastaurant, inside and outside.
And a really great place where you can rest for a drink or even to eat something.
And if outside it's cold, don't worry to stay in the oustide terrace, there are electric heaters.
Favorite Dish: Salade and salomon.
I was so busy stuffing my face with a yummy pancake in the pancake house "De pier" that I forgot to take a picture of the restaurant itself. From the outer ring of tables you have a nice view on the sea.
I had an apple pancake with sugar and cinnamon (Appel Suiker Kaneel in Dutch) for Euro 6.95 and a hot tea for Euro 2.05. The menu was in Dutch only. Apart from pancakes they also serve poffertjes, toasts etc.
The restaurant ist located on a satellite of the pier in Scheveningen, ie in the building tower that has Bungy written on it. They charge 50 cents for the use of the toilet if you are not a guest.
The North Sea shrimp is also known as the Dutch or "grey shrimp". Its scientific name is Crangon. These little creatures can be found along the entire coast, sometimes even at a few meters from the beach. Shrimp fishery has always been much practised in Holland.
You like sea-food? Here's one of the best and most legendary sea-food spots of The Hague. Its name is Simonis (runned by the brothers of Simonis), a certain comprehension to all locals from The Hague and Scheveningen. Though also in environment far and wide. Any fish you can think of you can find with Simonis, Scheveningen. They also exploit two more fish-stands in Scheveningen and The Hague.
Open: April to Oktober Mo.-Sun. 09:00 - 21:00 uur
November to March Mo.-Sun. 9:00 - 19:30
Favorite Dish: Think of a horse d'oevre with 10 sorts of high-quality fish, a delicious smoked salmon, or even a Japanese sushi. And it is so good to visit Simonis for a short walk-in, order some sea-food with bread and enjoy it in your car ... driving along the Scheveningen coast. For sure you'll drive back for some more sea-food experiences ... like the famous Simonis Crangon Shrimp !
Apparently, this place was closed down recently. That's what our friend Mathe told us. So there's only memories left now ...
Japanese and Chinese food that comes in three courses: starters, soup (pick your own ingredients!) and afterwards unlimited choice of chicken, salmon, rice and all sorts of vegetables. An all-inclusive price for the three courses, but drinks are extra. Live music!
We came across the Blue Lagoon when I was ready to kill for a casserole with mussels. July it's not really a season for them, but they are served in many places in Scheveningen anyway.
Everything seemed to be just perfect there. The weather was definitely not the typical Dutch one and neither was the service :)
Located right on the beach the Blue Lagoon has a great view on the sea from it's terrace.
Our food arrived very fast and everything tasted delicious.
The Blue Lagoon does not specialize in one type of cuisine, they perfectly combine their seafood and BBQ specialties. As well as the mussels, their peppersauce steak was just perfect.
And after the dinner we were able to take some beautiful sunset pictures without leaving the restaurant.
Prices are very reasonable and the athmosphere is great. In other words, it was a great choice for a dinner
Located in the basement of a residential building, Bistro Bontje has a dark and cozy atmosphere. There are probably 20 tables but if they’re full, try sitting at the bar to wait for a table or to have your meal. Spareribs are their specialty, but they also serve beef, chicken, lamb and fish. In a world where restaurants come and go quickly, I’m glad to see one of my favorite restaurants from the late 1980’s is still doing well. Closed on Mondays.
Favorite Dish: Apparently the secret is Indonesian Soy Sauce. There also seem to be some special herbs sprinkled on as well. Ribs are all about the sauce and the sauce used at Bistro Bontje even won acclaim at Texas BBQ contest years ago. I’ve never tasted ribs as good anywhere else, but I admit that I don’t try very often anymore because I’ve been disappointed so often at other restaurants. The Spareribs are served on a wooden platter and if one plate doesn’t fill you, you can ask for another. Yes, the hot version will burn your lips.
Saw a lot of restaurants and "Strandpaviljoens" with various menu's for a very reasonable price, between 10 and 20 euro.
We dint have dinner here today but we had some great coffee and Äppeltaart met slaroom", applecake with whipped cream.
Coffe isnt expensive either, surprised ,e veru much because being a touristic place u can expect higher prices normally.
1 coffee and this cake was only 2,50 euro.
I think we pay more at Eidnhoven like 4,50 euro for the same product
There are so many nice cafes situated along the beach. You are going to have hard time chosing only one, because all of them look great. I especially liked some designes ,so many colors, so many little things that make the difference like candles, vases, flowers ect.
Each of these cafes is a perfect place to relax, on a sunny day
The food here is average. Not particularly good or very bad. Since this part of the boulevard has usually quite a crowd, the places here don´t really have to do anything extra to get the place full (mostly with people visiting Scheveningen for a day). But, since this place is located right next to the path you take on the right-hand side from the Kurhaus to get to the boulevard. It is a place that is very easy to find. So, it makes for an ideal spot to meet up with people not familiar with Scheveningen.
Strandtenten (beach cabins) are specall restaurant/bar/cafe places that are always build up somewhere in the middle of march and broken down again at the end of september/beginning of october depending on the weather. They come in all kind of different ' look and feel'-s. From plastic seats up to lounge-places. I even spotted a hammock somewhere!
The furter you get away from the Pier, the less crowded they become
Favorite Dish: Usually the sate's and spareribs are quite good. But it depends of course on the particular place