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In an expensive town, here's a reasonable resto

De Haan (Le Coq in French) is a very pleasant seaside town which has kept its Victorian charm... read more

Reviewed 28 September 2017
Brussels, Belgium
Good food nice people

Great food , fish and meat . Very nice staff a little unorganised but as it is vacation there is no... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2017
Steve G
Erpeldange, Luxembourg
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28 Sep 2017
“In an expensive town, here's a reasonable resto”
23 Aug 2017
“Child friendly.”
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Leopold Avenue 24 | Area between Gewestweg N34 , the Northsea and the dunes, De Haan, Belgium
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Reviewed 28 September 2017

De Haan (Le Coq in French) is a very pleasant seaside town which has kept its Victorian charm. Take the coastal tramway to the town center, start walking towards the sea, and you'll find De Concessie. We found the prices reasonable, with a shared plate...More

Thank AvuncularAmerican
Reviewed 24 August 2017

Chose this as they had a children's menu, 5 year old grandson still at the fussy stage! The young waitresses were all very friendly and did their best to cope with a full house on the two occasions we ate there. The food was typical...More

Thank runningjohn
Reviewed 15 April 2017

Great food , fish and meat . Very nice staff a little unorganised but as it is vacation there is no big deal.

Thank Steve G
Reviewed 9 January 2017

Food was average. It was a cold day and we were seated close to the door (within seperate entrance). We were very cold each time the door opened

Thank Chris V
Reviewed 12 October 2016

For lovers of all things beautiful and architecture buffs in particular, taking a stroll through De Haan is an enchanting experience, especially considering the shocking ugliness of most of the Belgian coastal architecture. The arrival of the costal steam tram (1886) was critical to the...More

3  Thank Trainbleu
Reviewed 16 September 2016

The concessie was only created in 1860, so no medieval buildings here. However, the town was laid out on an irregular grid with individual plots for villa´s and small hotels. In the meantime there are also a few small scale apartment buildings and not all...More

Thank Katrien S
Reviewed 4 August 2016

we went there at lunchtime 25th May and only wanted a light lunch of soup, french fries and drinks, the waitress said abruptly " that will not be possible, we can only serve a full {expensive } three course meal, she then said, " you...More

2  Thank peterjV4348VX
Reviewed 22 May 2016

We always go to De Haan when we go to the beach in Belgium, as it's the only coast town in Belgium without appartment buildings. It has a very special atmosphere, with its typical town houses from the early 1900s. We love to stroll around...More

2  Thank patrickbelgio
Reviewed 15 January 2016

One can hardly say much about a typically catch-the -one day-tourist restaurant. But when you are with children, than it is ok, because they can play in the park across the street.

Thank tikki2015
Reviewed 8 July 2015

Staff were particularly welcoming and friendly here, in marked contrast to some of the other restaurants we visited in De Haan. The food was good, and the service was efficient. They coped with our two small children very happily.

Thank Chloe B
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