Reviews on Belgian food in Kemmel, Heuvelland, West Flanders Province including La Howarderie, Casino, Hostellerie Kemmelberg, Trilogie, Den Heksestoel, In de Zon, Sparhof, De Bralle, De Rare Vos, A L’aise
Things to do in Kemmel
A Lâaise Kemmel is a tea-room with kitchen, where you can eat sandwiches, paniniâs, spaghetti,... In the back we have a small market with a bakery.
We gingen er langs bij de start van onze fietsdag door het heuvelland en Noord Frankrijk. De foodbar en winkel zijn heel centraal gelegen in het dorp Kemmel. Je stapt niet zomaar een dorpswinkel binnen maar werkelijk een up-scale food shop waar je zowel iets kan eten, je inkopen doen als bvb een belegd broodje vers laten klaarmaken.
4 based on 81 reviews
Very nice and comfortable place to have dinner. Limited menu card but very good quality. Try unknown beers as they fit perfectly with the proposed meals.
4 based on 196 reviews
Having arrived late Sunday afternoon in Bailleul France we had already booked De Bralle as we knew everything in the town is closed on Sunday. We found a warm welcome and sat on the terrace overlooking farmland.My wife ordered duck breast with cod for myself. Both came nicely presented with potatoes and vegetables. A decent house wine rounded off a delicious meal. My wife's portion of duck was huge. It didn't get wasted.Service was good with the owner speaking excellent English.Thank you very much for the kind words, hope to see you again!regards Salima
4 based on 184 reviews
Wonderful rustic setting on the edge of a small forest, with open fire and a great collection of Belgian beers. Not the most vegetarian friendly menu (as perhaps the hunter's setting would also suggest) but friendly and accomodating, also to gluten allergies.
4 based on 113 reviews
The restaurant's name, "In the Sun", was well chosen for the evening that we were there. It's located on the Western slope of the Scherpenberg hill, and it has a fine garden where all visitors will be served when weather permits. But inside, the restaurant is similarly worthwhile, with all kinds of decorations from the Jugendstil period. Cooking is fine, and you're welcomed with a rich choice of "amuses" that on it's own form a course. For the main course, the menu features some Flemish specialties (like "zurzelstoemp", a mash of sorrel and potatoes based on buttermilk), but those operating on the more conservative side will enjoy their steak of horsemeat that comes exactly in the way you want it, from "saignant" (rare) to well done. "Well done!" was also our overall impression when leaving.
4 based on 249 reviews
Came upon this place by chance the day before when we stopped for a coffee after a longish drive from Troyes on our way to Ypres. We decided to return for lunch the following day and were not disappointed. As vegies we were well catered for by our Hostess who took time out from a very busy lunchtime to talk to us. The food was excellent and the service from all the staff was first class. Once again full of locals which is always a good sign. Highly recommended.
4 based on 47 reviews
Delicious food, expertly cooked by Ric and his young kitchen assistant. Starter of Asparagus des Flandres was new to me; I will be eating it again when I next visit Belgium! The fillet steak with a Bearnaise sauce was divine. It was cooked exactly to my liking. The meal was rounded off with a creme caramel, consisting of a proper custard base with a fine caramel top which had to be cracked with my spoon, the way it should be! Magnifique!
4 based on 104 reviews
This is the well known gastronomical restaurant (with the French top chef Cedric Laxenaire) of Hostellerie Mont Kemmel. It was founded in 1954 and included in the famous international culinary guides Michelin and Gault & Millau. HMK is a 4-star rated hote
Excellent gastro restaurant. If you are there for the full evening, recommend you try their specials menu, offering good value imaginatively presented six courses of a high gastronomic standard. Locally sourced produce, wines as expected a tad expensive, all served by discrete, welcoming, friendly and efficient staff. Fab views, immaculately dressed tables.
4 based on 71 reviews
Arriving on a wet Sunday, mid-afternoon, when we were touring about some of the World War 1 sites, we happened upon this cafe / restaurant. Sure that we were outside of "normal" mealtimes, we were welcomed inside, the table set-up and some really delicious food served up. We found the service exceptionally pleasant and felt we had really found a gem. This small town has a most interesting small museum where we viewed a short audio-visual presentation about the Battle of Messines Ridge June 1917. Charming people. A wonderful place.
4 based on 75 reviews
C'est aux confins du Hainaut occidental, de la France et de la Flandre, a Le Bizet que depuis pres de 30 ans, Josiane et Bernard vous accueille a Â« La Howarderie Â» dans le cadre champetre de leur ferme a lâarchitecture regionale preservee au cÅur dâune re
We stayed at La Howarderie and had breakfast & dinner here for four days. The breakfast was "standard" from the grocery store fare, but plenty. The dinner was cooked to order and nice. The salad with chevre pastry was great. The lime sorbet was great as well. Its a popular place. The owner-couple run the farm and the B&B.
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