Happy Tosti (Netherlands – The Hague)

You hear so much about ‘The Hague’ regarding the International Court of Justice, but this post is about a different kind of justice – social justice.

Rated 4.5 on Trip Advisor and 4.7 on Google+, this was a place we just had to visit. When we arrived, we were more than blown away. The interior was adorable (see for yourself! – below), the food was delicious and the staff were amazing (polite, friendly and accommodating – they cared about you from your first step into the cafe to your last step out – something which is becoming increasingly difficult to find!).

Despite this cafe’s food being absolutely delicious and affordable, I’m writing a specific post for this cafe because I truly believe in what they’re doing: Providing dignity and purpose to the lives of those who are mentally less able. Thank you Happy Tosti!

They empower such individuals through providing equal opportunities for them to be employed, training them and allowing them to serve customers like any other employee.

Now to the food! They’ve put a modern twist on toasties, offering a variety of fillings, even with a variety of different breads, and each toastie we tried was grilled to absolute perfection (crunchy without being dry).

The knowledge of knowing that through eating each deliciously perfect toastie I was helping to support social justice simply made it one of the best brunch experience I’ve ever had.

(Tl;dr? Eating toasties can lead to social justice.)

 

WHAT WE MUNCHED

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Chorizo Toastie on Pumpkin Seed Bread: Chorizo, Jalapeno Peppers, Organic Matured Swiss Cheese

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Pulled Pork Toastie on Multigrain Bread: Slow cooked pulled pork with a carrot and red cabbage slaw.

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Chocolate and Banana Toastie on White Bread

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‘PEEK-A-BOO’ OF THE PLACE

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