About the restaurant De Eeuwige Jachtvelden
Brasserie De Eeuwige Jachtvelden in The Hague is a haven for tourists and locals. Outside on the spacious terrace you miss nothing of the coming and going of high-ranking guests visiting the Dutch government. The restaurant atmosphere is always heartwarming. This brasserie is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, drinks and dinner. With bread specialties of the local master baker and the best seasonal ingredients, the menu is full of flavor.
Average à la carte price
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)
- €4.95Bottle of mineral water
- €4.00Glass of wine
- €19.50Bottle of wine
- €70.00Bottle of champagne
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.
How to get to the restaurant De Eeuwige Jachtvelden
How to get there?
- Public transportsGelegen dichtbij het centraal station
- Car park Parkeergarage onder het plein
- Credit Card , Mastercard , Visa
- Air-conditioning , Bar , English spoken , Open sunday , Wifi
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
- Meal date : 28 Apr 2018
Prima plek in het centrum, lekker eten!
- Meal date : 16 Jan 2013
As John regaled Mar and myself with his tails of a friend who was diagnosed with cancer and another fit friend who had just gone thru an emergency heart by-pass operation, we looked on with worry. 2 days holiday in 5 years, a 52nd birthday on its way and a year busy working in Malaysia and Rotterdam is not my definition of a stress free life. With yet another business trip starting the next morning, this was possibly the last opportunity we had to see him young and healthy. Given that it was midweek and freezing we didn´t want to go far from out meeting point and so we ended up here, which John said was a good place. Not quite where I´d have chosen for a possible last night on earth, but lets hoping that the machine keeps on grinding and we see him again in 5 weeks. We have plans to meet up in Amsterdam then, but if we do end up back here, it won´t be a hardship. Its eetcafe food that tries to bit a bit fancy and while its overpriced by a few euros, you are sitting in a nice part of town. Only downside was that my starter rillettes was off the menu, but my replacement Ceasar salad was everything a salad should be. Main course kalfswang was soft, tender and filling, although the pastinaakpuree was a bit bland. Lets hope John makes it back so we can try here again when the sun comes out.