You feel like having a nice lunch in The Hague with friends and their miniature versions (small children). At the same time, you feel guilty if the other visitors to the restaurant suffer permanent hearing damage and strapping your child to an iPad for three hours is not your thing either. You are looking for a nice restaurant, or a lunchroom in The Hague where it is not only fun for you, but also for the children. Preferably with a nice menu for you and the kids.
Luck you: find our favorite lunchrooms and restaurants for parents with children in The Hague here. All restaurants have a play corner and (almost all) a menu for the little ones. Check out @eettipsvoorkids for even more tips (and lots of facts about healthy food).
Roompot holiday park
Holiday feeling + good food + lots of play space for the children. Go here on a sunny fall/winter day as the play area is outside. The holiday park is located within walking distance of Kijkduin beach and you can park here for free. Make a reservation in advance, then you can park your car on the park grounds.
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While you enjoy lunch, the children play on the large playground as you would expect at a holiday park. For children they only have a sandwich for lunch here. But maybe if you look kindly at the service, you can also order the veggie children’s wrap for lunch with vegetables and falafel from the dinner menu.
Pex’s location is great (in the middle of the forest). You can also park for free here and the great thing is that the children can also enjoy themselves here. While you are having a nice lunch, the children play on the bouncy castle, in the small playground or inside the Vossenhol. You can order a sandwich or smoothie for the children here.
Here you will only find parents with children and that is what the place is designed for. Are you once in the center of The Hague and want to have lunch? Then take a nice walk here. Kids love it. Half of the place consists of a kind of wooden tree house where they can climb and clamber until they weigh an ounce.
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On the menu you will find all kinds of fresh juices and smoothies and fresh baked goods from the counter. But also children’s sandwiches, the familiar grilled cheese sandwich (but now made from sourdough bread with cheese and vegetables). Everything on the menu is organic and local. To access the game area you pay 3,23 euros per child
Once ‘Op de Hoek’ (in the Videoland building for the millennials) but now just on the street, you will find this cozy restaurant. If you are in the vicinity of the Vruchtenbuurt, this is definitely a must. In the store you will find a large play corner with toys, a slide, kitchenette and a lot more to play with.
The menu contains a lot of fresh juices and smoothies, jams with jam, sprinkles or peanut butter, bagel with salmon and a whole lot more. The menu for children is nice and large here. The golden-old sandwich is on it, but this time you can build it yourself (delicious with avocado and tomato!
Restaurant Hudson can be found in The Hague South. It is a large business and the play area is also large. Expect a kind of mini-monkeytown. If you want to have lunch here, it is useful to make a reservation, so that you are close to the play area. The business is easily accessible and there is sufficient (free) parking space.
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A real children’s menu is not for it lunch, but there are toasted sandwiches (obviously), avocado toasts and baguettes with vegetables on the menu. And perhaps your child is so culinary that the king prawns also go in. Please note: this case only opens at hour.
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Are you spending an afternoon in the center of The Hague? Then be sure to visit the Yoghurt Barn. You can get a lot more than yogurt here. The menu contains many plant-based dishes, such as beetroot and spinach rolls with avocado and pesto, but also kids toast with peanut butter, banana and blueberry or of course all kinds of different yogurts. In addition, the store is nice and big (three floors) and very child-friendly with a nice play corner and in the toilet even wipes for the little ones. Handy if you’ve forgotten it.
Here you get the feeling as if you are on holiday in Drenthe, and that in The Hague South. In the middle of the forest of Madestein is a farm with a piece of land around it. What I like about this place is that children can ‘mooch around’ in nature. My daughter can have hours of fun in the big sandbox while I enjoy a nice cup of coffee. Everything on the menu is homemade, organic, vegetarian and as much as possible from our own country.