Looking for a new address for a cup of coffee? Fancy an Italian meal? Or are you curious about how people around 1902 lived? All new businesses and a museum house have been opened in The Hague.


Photo: Indebuurt

The Hague has gained a breakfast and lunchroom, this week Lavendi Coffee opened its doors next to Central Station. From pancakes to acai bowls, there is something for everyone.

Manuela and her boyfriend opened their second Lavendi branch this week on the Rijnstraat, right next to Central Station. “I want everyone to feel at home with us, so we chose a menu inspired by all kinds of different regions and cultures,” says Manuela. “For example, we have avocado toast with kimchi, lotus biscoff pancakes, which is a hit in America, but also a yogurt bowl that we all know in the Netherlands.”

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Rijnstraat C, 2021 XP The Hague

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Museum house

Museum House De Quack. Photo Arjan Bronkhorst

How did people from The Hague live in the early twentieth century? You will discover this in the new museum De Quack in the Zeeheldenkwartier. It is a chic terraced house in The Hague from 1024 which has been completely restored and brought back to its original state.

Architect and artist Jan de Quack bought the house out 1902 and left it in 2021 completely renovate. He had a contemporary taste for the interior and he showed all kinds of architectural styles. That is what makes the house so special.

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Cucina Soho

Ricardo van Ede The Hague. Photo nearby

The Amsterdam Ricardo van Ede was on his 10 the youngest chef with a Michelin star. We are now many years later. He has exchanged the capital for The Hague and opened a restaurant here

Cucina Soho of Ricardo van Ede is now located at Lange Houtstraat 3, where South of Houston was previously located.