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European
5 reviews
Behind the heavy doors of a 16th-century stone house, this Michelin two-star restaurant offers the finest dining in town in an intimate room furnished in oak. — Frommer's
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French
3 reviews
The Glorious serves classic French-Belgian cuisine in a swanky, lounge-like setting; there’s a terrific dry-aged steak and a wine list offering some 30 wines by the glass — Frommer's
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European
5 reviews
After earning two Michelin stars in the 1970s, chef Marc Paesbrugghe opted for a more relaxed approach in the 1990s for this fine-dining fixture. — Fodor's
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Seafood
3 reviews
This hip Scandinavian-style fish joint won't win awards for its sparse décor, but no matter—you're here for the fresh, reasonably priced seafood. — Fodor's
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French
2 reviews
Architecture and food aficionados will appreciate the classic French cuisine and somber decor in this splendid Art Nouveau building — Fodor's
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French
3 reviews
A masterful mixture of sophistication and simplicity, enhanced by rich flavours. The Upper Room Bar is ideal for drinks and snacks. — Michelin Guide
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3 reviews
The Restaurant aan de Stroom (“riverside restaurant”) sports bay windows that command fine views of the Schelde River — Michelin Guide
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Seafood
4 reviews
Het Pomphuis serves an upmarket menu, including dishes such as cod on a bed of mashed potatoes topped with poached egg and caviar, or pheasant with sauerkraut. — Concierge
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European
3 reviews
The daily lunch buffet is a bargain considering that it includes an array of fish and vegetable salads, soup, several hot dishes, cheese, and pastries. — Frommer's
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European
2 reviews
Michelin-starred chef Olivier de Vinck takes a middle way between ‘molecular’ and traditional cuisine styles in this uncluttered top-notch Zuid restaurant. — Lonely Planet
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European
2 reviews
Serving creative, delicious food in a view-rich setting, Restaurant 'Zilte is the much celebrated showpiece restaurant of the Museum aan de Stroom (MAS) — Frommer's
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European
2 reviews
Cozier and more traditional than the wave of contemporary restaurants dominating the scene, this little place makes good on its name. — Fodor's
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Diners
2 reviews
One of many restaurants in this atmospheric cobblestone quarter. This one caters to tourists keen to sample the house speciality - horse (paard in Flemish). — Lonely Planet
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Fast Food
3 reviews
Belgium wouldn't be Belgium without, well, French Fries...and this is the best frites emporium in Antwerp. — Concierge
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French
2 reviews
The chef lets his creativity run riot in the kitchen of this old house that has retained some of its original architectural features (stucco, fireplace, etc. — Michelin Guide
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French
2 reviews
Mussels served in season, in winter there's a three-course beer-based menu. — Lonely Planet
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European
2 reviews
With a wide marble bar, open kitchen, and walls of windows, it's the perfect place to polish off a split of Krug and a couple dozen belon oysters. — Travel + Leisure
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Asian
2 reviews
Perfect for pad thai with an industrial-emporium vibe. — Travel + Leisure
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French
2 reviews
This restaurant occupies the house of a former ship owner, and has a terrace that overlooks the port — Michelin Guide
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European
2 reviews
Eel is king at this fish restaurant, only dethroned by Escaut lobster in season — Michelin Guide
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