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This lovingly refurbished 17th-century house boasts some of Belgium's best cooking—with prices to match—by chef Johan Segers. The Flemish food (poached tongue fish stuffed with rhubarb in... — Concierge

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

Fine classic cuisine and quality wines are served in this rustic restaurant housed in an old building. The owner/chef has been running the show since 1976 and was awarded his first... — 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

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

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Sir Anthony Van Dijck

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

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

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

Tucked away on a side street and featuring a bright courtyard, this restaurant once boasted Michelin stars, until owner-chef Marc Paesbrugghe got tired of the hassle and restyled it as a... — Concierge

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

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

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The Jane

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

Fine dining meets rock ’n' roll at Antwerp's most dramatic restaurant, where architect Piet Boon has preserved the ceiling of an old military-hospital chapel in its decaying state and put... — Lonely Planet

Michelin-starred chef Sergio Herman is best known for his cooking at the legendary restaurant Oud Sluis in the Netherlands, but now his new Antwerp eatery, The Jane, is creating waves.... — Wallpaper

Jane has managed to transform this imposing chapel into a trendy temple of food! The former altar has been replaced by an open-plan kitchen, devoted to the preparation of good food from... — Michelin Guide

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Het Gebaar

French 80 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. Luxury tea room cuisine, which the chef enriches with modern twists; mouthwatering desserts! Non-stop... — Michelin Guide

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Dome

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Chef Julien Burlat is obsessed with quality and constantly on the lookout for the finest ingredients. The menu changes according to his latest discoveries and feature dishes that are... — Michelin Guide

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

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the glorious

80 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, plus a... — Fodor's

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Fiskebar

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

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

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

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De Foyer

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

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

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

This magnificent space is the foyer of the 19th-century Bourla Theater and is one of Antwerp's most popular addresses. With an ornately painted dome, potted palms, red velvet drapes, and... — Frommer's

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Het Pomphuis

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

As the Flemish name, Het Pomphuis, suggests, this restaurant is in what was once a pumping station in Antwerp's docklands area. These days, the neighbourhood is becoming a trendy place to... — Afar Magazine

Who would have thought the industrial look could be as swanky as this? Het Pomphuis serves an upmarket menu, including dishes such as cod on a bed of mashed potatoes topped with poached... — Concierge

This extraordinary restaurant occupies a huge warehouse dating from 1920, where the decor includes three enormous bilge pumps. Enjoy the sophisticated, contemporary menu and views of the... — Michelin Guide

The name translates to the Pump House, and in its heyday it drained the neighboring dry-dock to allow for ship maintenance. It still looks the part; the vast interior, with an eclectic... — Fodor's

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de Kleine Zavel

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

What was once a hotel for people in the shipping industry is now one of the more polished restaurants along the banks of the Scheldt (albeit hidden down a side street). Peer up at the... — Fodor's

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

Don't be fooled by the vintage floor, retro counter, little bare tables, wine shelves and old wooden beer racks. The food served at this typical Antwerp bistro is as up-to-the-minute as... — Michelin Guide

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

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KOMMILFOO

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

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

A comfortable, modern dining room is the setting for the culinary creations of this innovative chef who alternates ever-evolving recipes with molecular experimentation. Pyrenean goat is... — Michelin Guide

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De Peerdestal

French 74 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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In the shadow of the cathedral

French 74 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: it has a dining room facing the cathedral square and... — Fodor's

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

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Dome sur mer

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

In 2006, the owners of Dôme opened this seafood brasserie across the square in the Zurenborg district. With a wide marble bar, open kitchen, and walls of windows, it's the perfect place... — Travel + Leisure

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

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

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Ciro's

70 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

The nostalgic interior, working class atmosphere and traditional Belgian fare will provide the opportunity to turn a meal at Ciro's into a taste of Antwerp's past. Steak and chips with... — Michelin Guide

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L'entrepot du congo

Cafés 70 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

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This 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... — Lonely Planet

This busy café-bar is found deep in the hipster spawning grounds of Mechelseplein, and while the menu is limited to a half-dozen Flemish favorites (beef carbonnade/stoofvlees and the... — Fodor's

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Invincible

70 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. The vol-au-vent, for instance, plays off sweetbreads! All paired with... — Michelin Guide

Located in a house on a narrow street, 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... — Fodor's

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Rascasse

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

Hunting lodge modernised with a simple, bright spirit. The chef has a creative vein that excels with the day's fish catch but is also convincing in land dishes. — Michelin Guide

For its 25th anniversary, the current owners of RAS – an acronym for Restaurant on the Stream – tasked local Antwerp agency Co.studio to refresh the interiors and maximise the connection... — Wallpaper

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De Groote Witte Arend

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De Groote Witte Arend, in a secret courtyard near the Jordaens house, is in a former convent. The background music tends to be Vivaldi or Telemann, the atmosphere is genteel without being... — Fodor's

Retaining the Tuscan stone arcade of a 15th- and 17th-century convent building, as well as a little family chapel, this place combines the joys of a good beer bar with the satisfaction of... — Lonely Planet

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