I discovered a new hotspot in The Hague called Restaurant Loïc.
Loïc is a French restaurant with a modern twist located at Binckhorst in The Hague.
Loïc is named after the the gastheer Loïc Le Marre, who’s born in Bretagne in France. The head chef Eric Chouard has over 30 years of experience in The Netherlands, England and of course France and has even worked at a Michelin Star restaurant.
Restaurant Loïc is open for lunch and dinner and I can make someone happy with a lunch for two on a day of your choice!
On the menu you’ll find salads, soups, sandwiches, burgers and ‘planches’. Every category has a nice vegetarian version. They have witlof salad with blue cheese from the Auvergne region, a vegetarian Croque and a ‘planche’ with French cheeses.
They also have a great vegetarian burger from rice, lentils and beets served with avocado and cheese.
And the good thing about a French lunch is that you can have dessert! They have all of your favorite French desserts: Moelleux au chocolat, Tarte Tatin and of course Crème Brulée.
I went fort he apple Tarte Tatin which is served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.