If you're a first time visitor to Belgium, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Belgium.
Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Belgium.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:
"And you can easily get to Brussels in one hour trip (by train) and spend an afternoon there to see the famous bar Delirium Cafe (mandatory if you love beer), Manneken Pis and Jeanneke-Pis (the lovely boy and girl statues, peeing :D) and for instance, visit thousands of chocolate stores :P (WITH FREE SAMPLES!" See More
"Try a beer Moeder Lambic or Délirium Café and enjoy belgian food at Taverne du Passage or Bozar Brasserie." See More
"Taste Sample world-famous chocolate: Pierre Marcolini, Godiva, Leonidas, Neuhaus Drink few local beers at Delirium Cafe, Café Belga or Place Saint-Géry / Sint-Goriksplein Eat some moules frites at Chez Leon/ Fin de Siècle or go cheap with french fries at Friterie Flagey Frituur" See More
"An excellent cocktail bar right in the centre (On the Place du Petit Sablon) is Hortense Spirits & Cocktails." See More
"Although Delirium Cafe is quite popular just by offering more than 2000 types of beer, the atmospehere is much more interesting at La Bécasse, Au Bon Vieux Temps or Poechenellekelder." See More
"At the end of the Galeries, you arrive at a narrow street called Beenhouwersstraat lined with restaurants, including the very traditional Chez Leon and Aux Armes de Bruxelles." See More
"highly recommend a restaurant in Brussel Restobières For 15 to 25 Euro, you can enjoy a high quality meal." See More
"In Brussels the area around Place Du Grand Sablon has some of the best chocolatiers, Patrick Roger and Pierre Marcolini , also WITTAMER but this is mainly a pattissier (although delicious) and off the beaten track try Mary , Zaabär and 2 more mainly patissiers Frederic Blondeel and Yasushi Sasaki in Ghent try Van Hecke's Mansion and Joost Arijs In Bruges without question the atelier of Dominique Persoone; Chocolate Line" See More
"The most famous landmarks worth visiting in Brussels are the Grand Place, and the old town around it, the Mont des Arts, Brussels Park, Parc du Cinquantenaire, and a little further, the Atomium." See More
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