To be honest, the Oude Langendijk is one of the ugliest roads of Delft. Useful to get from A to B but not more than that. I rode at the Oude Langendijk every morning and suddenly about two years ago a nice façade arose in the street. In a narrow building, Hills&Mills, appeared after the famous bakery of Delft Bierhuizen disappeared there.

In Hills&Mills the Himalayan atmosphere meets Dutch windmills. It is a narrow café where you can stop by to drink a good coffee/tea, have a lunch and recently you can have dinner there. A man from Pakistan, Papa Kasmi, opened the café and it is a family run business.

I only took a cappuccino there, and tasted the home made hummus. The menu looks promising. And they even thought about the kids with a small kids menu and baby chair in their living room restaurant.

Their idea is serving pure food which is mostly homemade; working on the happiness of the clients and taking into account dietary requirements if needed.

Their concept is well thought through. You can read more about in on their nice designed website which also contains very beautiful pictures. It sais that all their food can be taken home.

The whole place is in contrast with the Oude Langendijk. Stay inside as long as possible!


Hills&Mills / Oude Langendijk 6 / (31)15 212 39 30