Archive for the ‘Scheveningen’ Category


July 16, 2010

Most striking feature:

The Bisque d’Homard. The Harbour Club in Scheveningen served a delicious Bisque d’Homard. I’ve tried the one in Rotterdam and was a bit dissapointed. Way too salty. But hey, can the cook have a bad day? I will try it again this sunday. The interior is glamourous with street credibility (check the graffiti walls). Once in the month they organise the Johnnie Walker Jazz Club: a jazzy evening with a lot of whisky. Even better in summer when the terrace is open.

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July 1, 2010

3 reasons to go there:

  1. Dutch version of Al Cielo – except for the private part
  2. If you like club music and people watching
  3. If you’re into Asian fingerfood during a hot summer night

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June 30, 2010

Most striking feature:

The colour. Although white is a popular colour in beachclubs over the world, this place takes the colour a bit further. Everything is white. The sort of white when you walk in you need sunglasses because otherwise your eyes will hurt. And that’s usualy something we only do at places like Whitehaven Beach (the whitest beach in the world) in Australia. The food is superb – nothing like the beach food you get at other places in Scheveningen. That’s why you better call this a restaurant on the beach instead of a beachclub.

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