Haringhuis Dutch word which literally means "herring house", refers to a fish stalls where green (raw) herrings with chopped onions are sold at the start of Herring season annully in June. The word to look out is "Hollandse Nieuw". Available also at Haringhaus are snacks of baked fish, smoked eel and seafood salad which can be takenaway.

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