We are open with our own bagel cafe in the Hague at Korte Molenstraat 11A in the Hague. We are open Wednesday-Sunday. Our hours are kept up-to-date on Google. We are closed on Monday and Tuesday. Our cafe is 100% halal.
To order sandwiches or loose bagels for pick-up at our cafe, you can come into our cafe or call/Whatsapp the order during our opening hours. We will do our best to accommodate you, but for loose bagels, we prefer to know 24 hours ahead of pick-up as we bake all of our bagels fresh to order daily.
A reservation is usually not needed, but we do accept dine-in reservations for lunch. We have a capacity of 30 seats inside and can host groups for special occasions, such as group lunches or baby showers.
Our webshop is only for our frozen deliveries across the Netherlands and our Everything bagel seasonings. We deliver across the Netherlands. (Yes, even Zeeland and Limburg!)
We deliver on Wednesdays. Our cut-off for frozen orders is 8 am on Sunday.
Started by a native New Yorker who has been perfecting her bagels for friends and family for a few years, Netherlands Bagels is a company with a singular mission: to perfect the New York Bagel. Too long we’ve accepted that bagels in the Netherlands are the equivalent of a piece of toast with a hole in it.
We aim for that garlicky onion-y goodness with our everything bagels and the intensity that you expect when you bite into a real New York Bagel. We’re certainly not your bubbe’s bagel store, but we promise to bring a bit of the Lower East Side to Holland with a side of schmear. (Yes, we do sell that too.)
We are proud to have New York roots–and my great grandfather was a baker part of the Bakers Union in New York City in the late 1800s/1900s where he produced traditional bread from Galicia. Simply, we take a lot of pride in making a good bagel and can’t wait to introduce you (or re-introduce you) to your favorite bagels in the Netherlands.
We operate a cafe in the center of the Hague where we bake all of our bagels in-house. We do frozen delivery throughout the Netherlands via fresh bagels that we slice and freeze on the same day as baked. If you’re in the Hague, you can order both sandwiches as well as loose bagels.