Spanish ham (Or: Lunch at Ibericus in The Hague)

Recently I had lunch at a new restaurant in The Hague: Ibericus. It is on Frederik Hendriklaan, close to Scheveningen and best reached with tram 17. Ibericus is a Spanish restaurant and ham bar which serves tapas as well as many different kinds of sandwiches. I had a ham focaccia and it was delicious.

Their ham is imported from Spain and comes from the native Iberian pig. Some of the ham shoulders are sold for over €400 euros.

Ham choices at Ibericus

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2 thoughts on “Spanish ham (Or: Lunch at Ibericus in The Hague)

  1. clearwaternd

    Hello Nikki – I just moved to The Hague from Arizona on Tuesday. I am marrying a Dutchi and am here to stay. I love food, restaurants and exploring and would love to connect!

    • Sounds cool. Smart that you moved over in July. I came right before Christmas and the weather wasn’t the best for exploring. 🙂 Check out The Hague’s Access page (a group found in the city hall building). They have welcome packets and other misc information for expats.

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