Best European restaurants nearby. Discover the best European food in Ieper (Ypres). View Menus, Photos and Reviews for European restaurants near you.. An ancient city in the Flemish province of West Flanders, Ieper (as it’s known in the Flemish tongue) has enjoyed financial and cultural status since the 12th century. Today, visitors can check out remnants of its impressive past, including ramparts that date back to 1385 and an historic moat, which now is a haven for wildlife. Ieper found itself in the middle of World War I and suffered tremendous damage to all of its buildings, but has been both reconstructed in its medieval style and built up with modern structures.
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4 based on 237 reviews
Visited as part of a group of 6 for a business lunch. A great choice from the menu or daily special. I had hare with vegetables which was excellent and a lot of meat, others had the special steak fonderie, pheasant and stingray wings. Everyone enjoyed the meal. Efficient service!
4 based on 696 reviews
Just wanted something quick before the Menin Gate ceremony. We were served immediately with excellent Flemish stew. Bit pricey, like everywhere in Ypres.Dear Jackie,thank you for your kind compliments Indeed, our prices are comparable with the prices of our collegues. Again many thanks for your appreciation Looking forward to see you again Best wishes,Guler
4 based on 1159 reviews
You will discover a brasserie where cosiness is the key word in this typical historical building. Pop in for a nice meal and taste the regional beers!- Tourism Ypres -
We were not told when we booked that a large part of the dining area is located at the very top of a very steep narrow staircase the treads of which barely took a shoe length - always ask where your table is situated -.the service was old fashioned Belgium ! very very slow and given by almost disinterested waiters -the menu was unappealing and variety limited -the desserts were of no interest so were untried - it was highly recommended as an eating experience so you might try it and find it enjoyable - we wish you better luckWe were not told when you booked that a large part of your energie would go to a review on trip advisor, reviews of old fashioned English writing style. Four clients that went very very slow on a very steep narrow staircase, almost disinterested. They looked unappealing towards two pages off the menu, which counts 4 pages in variety of dishes. The day after, my grandmother (91 years in age) was asked to climb those traitorous treads, I followed here and had trouble keeping up... If you ever consider another visit, please give me a sign, i'll ask my grandmother to help you with the stairs; I can highly recommend it, and hope you can better keep up then me - I wish you better luck
4 based on 466 reviews
Lovely and relatively small restaurant with a simple but good menu. Two of us chose the cheese croquettes salads and one the warm goat's cheese salad - fresh, substantial and with a huge variety of salad, vegetables, fruit and a lovely honey and mustard dressing all washed down with delicious wine bought by the carafe. Nice touches included a lovely celery soup amuse-bouche, pate and fresh, crusty bread. We were lucky that they could squeeze us in on a Sunday evening so probably worth booking. Friendly staff and attentive service. Well worth its rating on Trip Advisor.
4 based on 257 reviews
We used the Saint Arnoldus bar several times during our short trip to Ypres either for a drink after watching the âLast Postâ ceremony at the Menin Gate and also on another occasion for a quick snack.The bar is about midway between the market square and the Menin Gate and on entering the visitor finds themselves in a long bar area stretching back to an open garden area at the rear. The bar has a very good selection of beers on tap and I tried the âWipers x14â Belgian beer which was quite refreshing.The bar area had a good âvibeâ about it and was being used by both British tourists and also what appeared to be locals which is always a good sign. Looking for a snack one afternoon we also sampled the toasties on offer here and found these to be both tasty and satisfying.Would most certainly visit here again if we were in the area and recommend it to others.
4 based on 278 reviews
This is a very friendly restaurant with an excellent choice of burgers. Beef , chicken , lamb , fish and vegetarian , all with salad and relish. The food is freshly cooked and very tasty. Eat in or take away. Good selection of bottled drinks. Have been several times and never disappointed.
4 based on 355 reviews
Freshly cooked tasty meal. Staff were very friendly & helpful. Highly recommend if you are staying at the hotel.
4 based on 341 reviews
Plentiful and delicious main meals, with professional yet friendly service from the couple who own it. Decor is in traditional Flemish style, good atmosphere too. The vegetarian dish we ordered was simply a deluxe version of the vegetables which came with the meat dishes - could've been more imaginative. Great experience overall!
4 based on 280 reviews
Brilliant set menu with intricate and astonishing bits and pieces. Charming attention,particularly la Patronne but wine included in menu was not pleasing. Four glasses of run of the mill wine for sixty euros added on menu for two is not on. Otherwise great. But you pay for it.
5 based on 323 reviews
Ã Lâ ENVERS, Frans voor omgekeerd, ondersteboven, binnenstebuiten en achterstevoren, een concept die bij onze persoonlijkheid past en een concept die we zowel in ons restaurant als in onze kaart willen doortrekken. Houdt u net van dat tikkeltje meer? Dan
Friends recommended this restaurant and with 0 lies we ended our experience. Great & friendly staff & hostess. Food was perfect and exquisite. Good job chef! (Side note the details on the restrooms, never seen before... Hygiene products on men and female restrooms. Nice detail !!) Keep it A LâEnvers see you next time!
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