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't Fornuis

French 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Fine classic cuisine and quality wines are served in this rustic restaurant housed in an old building — Michelin Guide

If money is no object, dress up and seek out this traditional, much-lauded little Antwerp classic that is so discreet that it's almost invisible within a 16th-century old-city house. — Lonely Planet

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

Traditional Flemish surroundings with heavy oak chairs and beamed ceilings are the setting for some of the best (and priciest) food in the city. — Fodor's

The Flemish food (poached tongue fish stuffed with rhubarb in a white wine sauce) is creative and ever-changing, with definite leanings toward French cuisine. — Concierge

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Sir Anthony Van Dijck

French 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hidden in a tiny, cobbled laneway in a 16th-century building, this exquisite restaurant is among Antwerp's finest for Flemish cuisine with flair, best appreciated over its four-course 'gourmet' menu (around €45). — Lonely Planet

A location amid the delightful 16th-century Vlaeykensgang courtyard's jumble of cafes, restaurants, and antique apartments all but guarantees a pleasant atmosphere here. — Frommer's

One of the gourmet landmarks of Antwerp, this elegant restaurant is perfectly located on the corner of the Grote Markt. French cuisine served in tasteful surroundings. — Insight Guides

The more-typical Belgian food (fillet of calf with leeks, potatoes and rosemary, or duck steak with orange and dauphine croquettes) is as good as ever. — Concierge

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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de Kleine Zavel

84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Peer up at the ceiling's original intricate carvings before weighing the choices on a bistro-inspired menu that comes divided into cold, tepid, and warm dishes. — Fodor's

Don't be fooled by the vintage floor, retro counter, little bare tables, wine shelves and old wooden beer racks — Michelin Guide

A quick walk from Grote Markt, this traditional restaurant serves rib-sticking Flemish dishes prepared the old-fashioned way; the saddle of hare with "melted" root vegetables is a standout. — Travel + Leisure

A restaurant with high gastronomic standing for fusion cuisine with an accent on fish and Mediterranean flavours. — Lonely Planet

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Dome

French 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Architecture and food aficionados will appreciate the classic French cuisine and somber decor in this splendid Art Nouveau building. This former teahouse, sewing school, and police office... — Fodor's

Chef Julien Burlat is obsessed with quality and constantly on the lookout for the finest ingredients — Michelin Guide

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Fiskebar

81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There’s always an almighty crush for tables in this bustling former fishmongers’ shop. — Lonely Planet

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

A white-tiled Danish joint perfect for scallop cevice and aquavit. — Travel + Leisure

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The Jane

81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The menu features dishes such as mackerel ceviche and squid, chorizo and white beans. — Wallpaper

A masterful mixture of sophistication and simplicity, enhanced by rich flavours. The Upper Room Bar is ideal for drinks and snacks. — Michelin Guide

If you’re not up for a full night of fine dining, or you miss out on a reservation, the stylish but casual upstairs bar space often has openings a few weeks out. — Lonely Planet

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De Foyer

80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Even if you aren't hungry, it's worth stopping for a drink at the stunningly beautiful De Foyer cafe in Antwerp. — Afar Magazine

Located inside the Bourlaschouwburg theatre, this stunning café-restaurant serves up traditional fare as well as a delicious brunch and pancakes in the afternoon. — Insight Guides

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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Het Pomphuis

French 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Enjoy the sophisticated, contemporary menu and views of the docks from the terrace. — Michelin Guide

The menu includes tenderloin with green asparagus, sugar peas, shallots, celeriac cream, béarnaise, and fries. — Fodor's

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

Het Pomphuis maintains its original high ceilings and industrial feel, while serving a high standard of delicious food in a warm atmosphere. Ingredients are locally sourced and presented artfully. — Afar Magazine

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De Peerdestal

French 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

In this large, rustic, two-floor restaurant, you can enjoy a light meal of a salad or indulge in heartier fare such as mussels, fish, or steak (horse meat is a specialty here). — Frommer's

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Het Gebaar

French 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chef Roger van Damme only does fancy and only does lunch. — Lonely Planet

This restaurant is located in an elegant building on the edge of the botanical park — Michelin Guide

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In the shadow of the cathedral

French 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Cozier and more traditional than the wave of contemporary restaurants dominating the scene, this little place makes good on its name. — Fodor's

This attractive restaurant in the city center features traditional Belgian cuisine gussied up just a bit. — Frommer's

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the glorious

78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This former industrial warehouse has a carefully designed, trendy interior. It features an à la carte Wining & Dining concept. — Michelin Guide

You probably think beer when you think Belgium, but this tiny French-influenced restaurant is all about the wine, with more than 45 international varieties offered by the glass. — Fodor's

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Dome sur mer

77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This manor house has been transformed into a trendy seafood brasserie. It has a whitewashed decor punctuated by several bluish coloured aquariums full of goldfish. — Michelin Guide

There's a quiet grandeur to this part of Antwerp, and this small, bright, elegant seafood place makes the most of its setting. — Lonely Planet

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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Ciro's

74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An authentically nostalgic restaurant that dates back to 1962 and sports an almost untouched midcentury interior. — Lonely Planet

Steak and chips with six sauces is the star of the show. Book ahead - you won't be disappointed! — Michelin Guide

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L'entrepot du congo

Cafés 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Formerly a Congolese warehouse, this lively local favorite is a great place to grab a casual meal. — Concierge

As the name might suggest, dark marble tabletops, chequerboard floors, mirror panels and carved wooden beams on the high ceiling are all surveyed by a portrait of a young King Baudouin.... — Lonely Planet

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Kapitein Zeppos

74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

While the menu is limited to a half-dozen Flemish favorites (beef carbonnade/stoofvlees and the like) and steaks, it executes them extremely well—and at a bargain. — Fodor's

Friendly youthful cafe-restaurant pays homage to classic children’s-TV character Kapitein Zeppos and serves a good range of pub food, Flemish classics and everything from mussels to tandoori chicken. — Lonely Planet

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Invincible

74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Kenny and Wendy's restaurant really is InVINcible! The food, which is of French inspiration, has the starring role — Michelin Guide

This small French-style bistro has one of the better wine lists in the city, paired expertly with some old Gallic standards; try the homemade pâté or bone-marrow appetizers. — Fodor's

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De Groote Witte Arend

74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The background music tends to be Vivaldi or Telemann, the atmosphere is genteel without being snobbish, and there's a good selection of draft beers and tasty sandwiches — Fodor's

Combines the joys of a good beer bar with the satisfaction of well-cooked, sensibly priced Flemish home cuisine. — Lonely Planet

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Frituur No. 1

74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Belgium wouldn't be Belgium without, well, French Fries...and this is the best frites emporium in Antwerp. — Concierge

Makes the city's finest frites (fries). Close to the Grote Markt. — Lonely Planet

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Het Nieuwe Palinghuis

74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Fittingly for an Antwerp landmark, the restaurant has dark wood and a comfortable, deep-rooted air. — Fodor's

Eel is king at this fish restaurant, only dethroned by Escaut lobster in season — Michelin Guide

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