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5 expert recommendations
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.
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. Full review →
A location amid the delightful 16th-century Vlaeykensgang courtyard's jumble of cafes, restaurants, and antique apartments all but guarantees a pleasant atmosphere here. Full review →
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. Full review →
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). Full review →