Just outside the city centre, Huszar offers excellent fresh food and a great beer menu. And it’s the best place to get a hearty breakfast in Delft.

The menu doesn’t offer food from a specific region though you could probably generically classify it as Dutch. There’s a variety of meat and fish dishes, as well as several vegetarian options. The menu is creative and the daily specials are often the best choices. Look for them on the chalkboard at the back of the restaurant.

They serve actual, honest-to-God omelets, which are both delicious and an excellent hangover remedy alongside their ginger ale, served with lemon and mint. The portion sizes, in general, are large and the food is fresh and well-prepared. The baked goods are all homemade.

If you’re going for breakfast, get an omelette. For lunch, the BLT is especially good or the brie sandwich. For dinner, I recommend you try one of the specials, but if you don’t like any of them, both the cod and the goat cheese salad are good choices. Stay away from the fondue. It’s mediocre at best.

The space is cavernous and yet still feels cozy. The area behind the bar is decorated with old dressers, assembled Tetris-style.

The service is good, but typically Dutch. You may have to flag down your server to order. The owners are friendly and most of the staff, in general, seems to be willing to go above and beyond. The amount of English spoken varies from person to person, however.

English-language menus are available. During the summer, you can sit outside on their boat and enjoy the nice weather while you eat. Inside, just past the entrance to the restaurant, is a small art gallery which makes for a nice post-meal stroll.

Lunch for one will cost around €15 while dinner will cost around €30.

Monday: 11:00 – 24:00
Tuesday: 11:00 – 24:00
Wednesday: 11:00 – 24:00
Thursday: 11:00 – 24:00
Friday: 11:00 – 24:00
Saturday: 11:00 – 24:00
Sunday: 11:00 – 24:00

Just outside the City Centre
Hooikade 13
2627 AB Delft