Fodor's Expert Review Eetcafé de Waag
The ancient brick-and-stone walls of this cavernous former weigh house are adorned with hulking 17th-century balance scales—happily, dishes such as Flemish asparagus with ham and egg, or parelhoen (guinea fowl) in a rich dark broth, are equal to the fabulous setting. Tables on the terrace in front nestle under the town's magnificent, looming clock tower, while a more intimate restaurant area upstairs, open evenings only (closed Sunday), offers a more upmarket menu.
Delft, South Holland 2611 GP, Netherlands
- Historic setting
- Good-value eats
- Canal views from the rear mezzanine