[Het Labyrint has closed.]
Set in an adorable cobblestone alleyway in Delft, the food at Het Labyrint is good and the restaurant distinguishes itself by hosting an active agenda of events.
The cuisine is a bit of a Mediterranean-Dutch blend. The restaurant prides itself on organic and sustainable foods and sources many of their ingredients locally. There’s always several good vegetarian options, as well.
For lunch, try the vegetarische sate or the gebakken polderhoen, both atypical lunch sandwiches for a Dutch lunch cafe. For dinner, get the zoete puntpaprika’s. There are quite a few daily specials, so be sure to ask the server. They also offer a changing selection of really tasty soups.
The decor is funky and offbeat, with old uniforms displayed on stage with a backdrop created using old doors. The tables often have creative flower arrangements. It’s a nice location both for work and for a cozy meal.
Fairly typical of a Dutch restaurant. You may have to flag a server down for something but the space is relatively small, so it’s generally easy to catch someone’s eye.
There’s no English-language menu available but the staff is happy to translate. Their beer selection is pretty good and they regularly host food (as well as music) events, so check the agenda on the website if you’re looking for something to do.
Lunch will cost around €15 per person and dinner around €25.
Tuesday: 10:00 – 21:00
Wednesday: 10:00 – 21:00
Thursday: 10:00 – 21:00
Friday: 10:00 – 21:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 21:00
Sunday: 11:00 – 21:00
Delft City Centre
Categories: $$$, Dutch, Lunch Cafe, Restaurant, Table Service