Bruges

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Lieven
8
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European
3 reviews
A meal at Lieven Vynck's is an opportunity to enjoy fine meals that focus on revealing and enhancing quality ingredients — Michelin Guide
Christophe
8
$$
European
3 reviews
A cool late-night bistro with marble table-tops and a decent range of Flemish staples such as fresh Zeebrugge shrimps. Excellent late-nighter. — Lonely Planet
Den Gouden Harynck
8
$$$
European
2 reviews
The creative chef also delves into Asian influences. An admirable blend of food and wine. — Michelin Guide
Refter
8
$$
European
3 reviews
Dishes are variations on the bistro standards: asparagus served every which way; snails, fish soup, scallops and so on; the wine list is good and seating comfortable if not spacious. — Insight Guides
Visscherie
8
$$$
Seafood
2 reviews
— Frommer's
Pomperlut
8
$$$
Mediterranean
2 reviews
Welcome to the land of the hobbits! This 17C edifice is steeped in a fairytale atmosphere, dotted with wooden mushrooms, a huge fireplace and an ancient chandelier. — Michelin Guide
Den Dyver
8
$$
European
3 reviews
Den Dyjver is a pioneer of fine beer cuisine where you match the brew you drink with the one the chef used to create the sauce on your plate — Lonely Planet
Rock Fort
8
$$
European
2 reviews
Rock-Fort is the ice cube down the back of Brugge's "traditional" dining scene; it's brash, pointedly modern, and relentlessly inventive — Fodor's
Sans Cravate
8
$$$
European
3 reviews
Bare brick walls, a modernistic fireplace and striking contemporary modern ceramics form a stage for this open-kitchened ‘cooking theatre’ that prides itself on its gastronomic French cuisine and fresh ingredients. — Lonely Planet
de Mangerie
8
$$
European
2 reviews
This fun-loving restaurant will take you to Asia and the Mediterranean, with a stop in Belgium of course, but never erring from the path of good food. Their curries are to die for. — Michelin Guide
Kok au Vin
8
$$
European
2 reviews
The menu, also revamped, has tapas-size of oysters or quail with mango chutney and a small selection of starters and mains. Start with a seasonal soup (parsnip in winter) with gravlax. — Frommer's
'T Pandreitje
8
$$$
French
2 reviews
Elegant and refined Franco-Belgian cuisine is served in spacious comfort in this Renaissance-era patrician house near the Rozenhoedkaai. — Insight Guides
Hotel-Restaurant Central / Sirene D'Or
8
$$
European
2 reviews
The medieval heart of the city — Afar Magazine
Books & Brunch
8
$$
European
2 reviews
This fabulous little cafe with exceptionally friendly and helpful staff is the perfect place to start your day, whether you're a late starter or an early riser — Lonely Planet
Belgian Pigeon House
8
$$
European
2 reviews
All manner of carrier pigeon-related memorabilia graces this tiny restaurant, which occupies the ground floor and medieval brick-vaulted cellar of an old mansion in the city center — Frommer's
Ellis Bruges
7
$$
European
2 reviews
Burgers, bacon, fries, onion rings, coleslaw and cheesecake—everything you need for a classic burger experience, with just enough exotic offerings on the menu to remind you that you're away. — Afar Magazine
Den Gouden Karpel
7
$$
European
2 reviews
The house specialty is fish, which is hardly a surprise when you know that there is a fishmongers next door, run by the same family for three generations, and that the fish market is just 2min away — Michelin Guide
Spinola
7
$$$
European
2 reviews
This small restaurant is steeped in character — Michelin Guide
Pergola Kaffee
7
$$
Street Food
2 reviews
Take a seat in the sunshine and sample a glass of chilled Chardonnay while you wait for an excellent meal — Michelin Guide
Le Mystique - Relais & Chateaux
7
$$$
French
2 reviews
This hotel restaurant is steeped in the smart, exclusive ambience that is so often the hallmark of international establishments. Fine food and refinement depict the menu. — Michelin Guide
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