Reviews on Belgian food in Adinkerke, West Flanders Province, Belgium including Restaurant Pier Kloeffe, 5 Voor Twaalf, Armalot by Julia, De Maretak, Moeder Lambik, Hostellerie Le Fox, Au Filet de Sole, Restaurant Lowie, De Witte Berg, 'T Zeiltje
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4 based on 370 reviews
Going on the TA reviews we decided to try this restaurant. It was fairly easy to find. The night we went The Markt was very quiet. Most of the surrounding restaurants werenât even open. We were served very quickly, the downside was there were no menus in English, so rather than ask the waiter to translate every dish we managed to pick out a few dishes. Hubby went for the ribeye, and said it was lovely, and quite impressed that everything was lovely and hot, especially the chips. I had the penne gratinee. Not so good, the pasta was floating in a thin flavourless cream with a grilled ham and cheese topping. It was not very enjoyable at all. My grandson (who loves pasta) had the childrenâs portion. Even he left his. Definitely would not be ordering that again. 1 beer, 1 water, 2 OJ, 3 dinners ( 1 childrenâs menu) â¬65. The food was well presented, and it was very clean, the waiter was very helpful, but unfortunately two out of three dinners were left. I would eat here again but with a different choice of food
4 based on 270 reviews
Saw this place whilst walking along the promenade and were immediately attracted to the view it offered.Built to have the restaurant about a floor or two higher than the promenade the outside area offers great views of the coast with large glass panels to reduce the effects of the wind. We had stopped just for a coffee, but noticed on the menu a waffle dish with advocaat which we had to wait until 2pm to order, but it was very nice.Good place to break a walk along the promenade
4 based on 188 reviews
A delightful meal with exceptional starters and and excellent main. Attention to detail is high on the agenda at this lovely restaurant overlooking the town square. Helpful staff who made a couple of English visitors very much at home with a detailed explanation of the menu, perhaps this is why we thought the food so good as it was what we expected. Either way it was cooked to perfection and tases to to remember for all of the right reasons. Wine by the glass was very reasonable and the Pomerol fantastic.c value.Sadly no room for a dessert but if they are as half as good as the food we did eat we missed a treat.
4 based on 508 reviews
Cuisine avec des produits de saison et une carte qui change toutes les 3 semaines en inspiration du chef ... .
Food is not bad although the Chef could not take some more lessons at e.g. Le Cordon Bleu. Some of the ingredients are not matching each other or dominating each other.But generally food is ok. Service is rather "plate delivering" service. And not interested in Clients - the women prefers rather watching tv.That is a pity.
4 based on 356 reviews
Very friendly welcome (and valet service). Staff is professional without stiffness. Somelier surely knows his job and is passionate about his wines (a list at reasonable prices). We went for the Primavera set menu and started with 4 appetizers of which the ceviche and the salmon could please us most. First starter is 'incontournable': the panko breaded shrimp croquette: perfection. The risotto with mustard, which came with the second starter: super. The second main course with chicken: cooked to perfection. We decided to add a nice cheese platter, chosen from the charriot with all Belgian products. We ended with a very good cassata. With the coffee came a variety of aprÃ¨s desserts, many of which we couldn't eat anymore because 'to much'.Mr. Buyens cooks to perfection, the products are high end, the cooking times perfect, the tastes blend wonderfully. But we missed originality, surprises or rock 'n roll attitude. All dishes are perfect and honnest but colored inside the lines.
4 based on 532 reviews
Warm Welcome despite no reservation.Grill with flames. Quick service, good local beer (we tried amber and white, both are good, our preference went to the white on tap). White sausage shared as a starter was good. The pepper streak was fantastic with good fries. Tiramisu a bit surprising (go for the meat not for the dessert).Good time and feeling home. Recommended
4 based on 99 reviews
We've visited this nice restaurant twice. You can expect great service and good quality food. Price/quality rate is excellent. Nice choice of flemish dishes in a superb setting. Very stable family business. Better reserve to make sure you can get in.
4 based on 171 reviews
Amazing hot chocolate with lots of little accompaniments. We were very lucky to find this place as it is hidden away up a residential street and came upon it by chance. If you come down the slope from Hotel Donny, turn right and the cafÃ© is on your left in about 30 yards.
4 based on 310 reviews
Last W.E. we invite our family to have an anniversary meal, because 2 of our eldest daughters and ourselves with a mariage jubilee should celebrate together. Our 3 tiny granddaughters were the firsts served, and that was a very good point in service. So the mama's could feed them and for the rest of our meal they all were lucky and quiet, not disturbing other diners. Two of us choose codfish, one choose steak, and two other adults choose CÃ´te Ã l'Os 3 sauces. All meat dishes are acompagned with excellent handmade belgian fries, and the 2 fish dishes and the 2 eldest granddaughters had potatoe puree. We have eaten it all, and took dessert at home. It's just a walk away from home. We paid 200 euros, and that is very fair. We return regulary and owners and staff are very good to the point. Even they knew in advance the childrens ages, and they had dressed the table with these elements of age. Sublime !
4 based on 46 reviews
As we were strolling down the beach, we took a seat outside this lovely restaurant. Just stopped for a drink, but will sure go back to have dinner. Very friendly staff. All clean and neat and great coffee.
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