Discover Restaurants offering the best Central European food in Limburg Province, Flanders, Belgium. Situated on the Dutch border, Limburg is the easternmost province in Flanders, and the foremost fruit-growing region in the country. The lively, friendly market town of Hasselt is the provincial capital. It boasts a car-free historic center, with building dating back as far as the 11th century. Genk is another recommended stop. The city of 63,000 people is home to a zoo, a planetarium, De Maten nature reserve and Bokrijk, an open-air museum of 19th century Flemish architecture.
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4 based on 359 reviews
Architecturally impressive, the Kruisheren Restaurant is suspended between the eaves of the nave, offering remarkable views of original wall and ceiling frescos. Modern lighting and contemporary furniture populate the mezzanine and offset the historic atm
Beautiful location, with nice courses and a fresh atmosphere. The location is unique because it is an old church converted into a classy hotel-restaurant with modern touches. There are some modern artworks, but also the large lamps and design interior provide a fresh atmosphere in this place.
4 based on 247 reviews
Renowned for exceptional quality and outstanding service, Restaurant ChÃ¢teau St. Gerlachâs Ã la carte menu is masterfully designed to delight both the eyes and palate. Occupying three of the ChÃ¢teauâs traditional reception rooms, the restaurantâs visually
What an experience! We went here with friends for a lunch (Snel&sjiek) and really enjoyed it. What a quality and location! A two-course lunch of outstanding quality with a glass of wine and coffee with sweets..... and that only for 31 per person. Make sure to reserve and you will enjoy it, and not only the food but also the chateau, the room and the garden. What an experience!! We will come again and.... again and again when we have the opportunity.
4 based on 352 reviews
We welcome you in our new restaurant. We are located next to Hotel Stiemerheide.
first visit. friendly welcome, professional staff, nice setting and view on the open kitchen. We had the 5 course menu, preceeded by 4 very good appetizers. We espacially appreciated the salmon, the coquilles and the dessert. Nice 'aprÃ¨s desserts' with the coffee. Complete winelist. Will go back!
4 based on 653 reviews
Open Monday to Friday from 11h to 14h and from 17:30 to 21:30 And Saturday at 17h Sunday at 21:30 Closed Saturday lunch, Sunday lunch and Monday .
Excellent, knowledgeable and friendly service combined with well presented, quality food. Cosy informal and stylish interior. I recommend the beer menu and especially the local beers to accompany your meal. Ask the staff for recommendations!An ideal location for couples or large groups alike.
4 based on 213 reviews
We had a great lunch at La Becasse in Aachen. After more than 20 years this restaurant is still excellent and provides amazing food with a phantastic wine selection. The lunch is a 3 course menu with amuse geul, intermediate and changes daily.
4 based on 187 reviews
We were there last November, just wanted to try some different from kebap cuisine. The service is immaculate, the owners are very pleasant people and the Polish food there is extremely delicious.We haven't tried anything else from their extensive menu, however they have pasta, kebap and few other dishes.The prices are perfectly fine. Today for 3 beers, 2x6 Pierogi and 1 plate of 4 Placki we paid 32 EUR.I totally recommend this place!
4 based on 549 reviews
Fortunately I was able to book a table for two during the famous Art Fair (TEFAF). During my reservation I have asked for a table at the window so we could enjoy the beautiful view on Maastricht. Although they couldnât guarantee this table I was lucky to get it. And what an astonishing view. It was a risk for Rantree to move from the centre of Maastricht to this place but it was worth it. Not only the view but also the interior. A modern and warm interior and plenty of space between tables. So you have enough privacy to spent an excellent evening. And although fully booked no noise, which is a great achievement.We ordered the 5 course diner. Not only the dishes were excellent but also the appetizers. Each one of them (I think we got 5 in total) tasted excellent. Compliments to the chef; not the standard stuff but beautifully shaped and presented appetizers. Especially the merengue appetizer was an explosion of flavours in our mouth.When you order a five course meal it is a 4 hour feast. The combination of the dishes is, combined with the appetizers, are well thought out and it doesnât feel like 4 hours. We had an culinary journey on a Michelin level (I have eaten at 2 Michelin restaurants that even didnât come close to Rantree). In fact we skipped the dessert because we were done (and are not that fond of desserts).The wine list contains of a small but sufficient selection of beautiful wines. As my partner isnât that fond of red wine we ordered a Pouilly Fumee. Very good price quality. Next time I will order the wine arrangement.The waiters are stylish and informal. A strange combination but it fits into this restaurant and probably they know how to judge the individual needs of their guests. The water and wine glasses were filled without having to ask. So no empty glasses.Is it all perfect? Almost. The bar has a beautiful view on Maastricht but has a little bit lack of atmosphere. It is a square room next to the restaurant but you will find only seats here. So actually not a bar. We were finally surprised again by a restaurant. It is not cheap but worth it. You will have a great culinary experience with great hospitality. So visit this restaurant when you are in Maastricht.Dear Alainl290In name of the whole team I may thank you for your nice and warm review.You've described very well what we're doing in our restaurant for our customers. It is therefor very nice to read how well our whole team did their very best to achieve all of your expectations and gave you a very unique experience.We sincerely hope to see you soon again.Kind RegardsTeam RantrÃ©e
4 based on 823 reviews
As the only terraced castle in The Netherlands, ChÃ¢teau Neercanne commands panoramic views across the Jeker Valley and straddles two countries â Belgium and The Netherlands. Renowned for its Restaurant ChÃ¢teau Neercanne and popular lunch spot lâAuberge, i
Outside of the city of Maastricht is this beautiful castle. In the evening you are welcomed by a lot of candles lining the pathways to the castle nestled close to the marl caves. After an aperitive in the wine cellars, which I donât think is optimal for the wines, we had a menu in the restaurant. Good service and original with a lot of attention for the âmise en placeâ. Salmon with nori, garlic, quinoa and sambai started with a Japanese touch. Grouper in a Mediterranean way and duck with ras-el-hanout both followed before a chocolate delicacy completed the meal.Dear Maurits, Yes you can have a Conference meeting in a lot of unique locations but a ten minutes drive to our location and into another world is a chance you will find only in Maastricht. Thank you and bring your love of friend next time,Cornelis SchormansManager meetings & events sales
5 based on 356 reviews
This is a wonderfull place to have a culinary travel around the world. The servant tells and sells you wines as if she has cultivated them herself. The food is prepared by a humble chef with a great heart for his profession. A discovery as we seldomly find them. Highly recommended.
4 based on 235 reviews
We had dinner in this lovely restaurant. Service is very friendly, polite and professional. Food was great, even sensational. Fresh ingredients, a magnificent presentation and combination of tasts. Wines were sublime. Dessert was home made dame blance, the best I ever had. Love to go back.
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