5 places with exceptional coffee in The Hague
The owner lived in London before opening this modern coffee bar with jazzy vibes. He gets his house blend from a London roaster and takes the art of coffee seriously. But just to mention the coffee does the kitchen injustice: the cakes, made by his mom, are out of this world! Kaafi is also popular for its scrumptious food.
2) Lola Bikes and Coffee
A coffee bar in a bike shop, or maybe it’s the other way around. Fact is that you can enjoy a great coffee while admiring the bikes and everything bike around you. Lola has its own cycling community. Several times a week, a cycling group departs from its premises.
Surfers, young parents, neighbourhood residents, they all love to hang out at Tigershark in Scheveningen. No wonder, since the coffee at this relaxed coffee bar is made with love and attention. Tigershark gets its high-quality beans from micro-roaster Shokunin, based in Rotterdam.
Great atmosphere, friendly staff, and most important: excellent coffee. The owner imports the roasted beans from the Danish La Cabra Coffee Roasters. The aromatic, floral, and delicate taste of the coffee stands out. Do not forget to order a piece of the amazing homemade cakes, which are made with honey instead of sugar.
5) Capriole Café
A cool restaurant/coffee bar located in a former paint factory in the increasingly trendy Binckhorst. The fair trade and organic coffee beans are roasted in house. The baristas prepare you all kinds of coffee, from a simple and always double espresso to an espresso with pink peppercorns, a cappuccino brûlée, an affogato, and much more.
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