Dekxels in The Hague is not your average restaurant. They serve small dishes, kind of like tapas, but a tad bigger. You choose 3 or 4 courses and you can stick to yours or share with your dinner partner(s). I always love sharing food, simply because you get the chance to try new things and if you don’t like them you can leave them without having wasted a whole meal.
The food at Dekxels is great; it’s a combination of Mediterranean and Asian cuisine and has amazed me every time. On the picture you see the first course I had when going out for dinner with a friend; Blow torched salmon sashimi with horseradish, cucumber, soy and rice crisps and Tuna tartar with yuzu, avocado, soy, wasabi, sesame and mango. Seriously; what’s not to love about this. Ηeaven on a plate.
They’ve just extended the restaurant by annexing the garden and turning that into an orangery. It lookσ amazing and you can close it off as well, so it works well for private functions.
The place is quite popular so best book a table. If you didn’t get the chance to do that, don’t sweat; it’s on the Denneweg, so there are plenty of places around to go for a drink while you wait.