Best European restaurants nearby. Discover the best European food in Keerbergen. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for European restaurants near you.. Keerbergen (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈkeːrbɛrɣə(n)]) is a municipality located in the Belgian province of Flemish Brabant. The municipality comprises only the town of Keerbergen proper. On January 1, 2006, Keerbergen had a total population of 12,444. The total area is 18.39 km² which gives a population density of 677 inhabitants per km².
4 based on 44 reviews
Zoals reeds meerdere malen genoten van de lunch-formule van 33,00 euro. Met drankenpakket all-in 53,00 euro. Onthaal heel vriendelijk. Genieten van het aperitief met 3 hapjes in het gemoedelijk salon. Degustatie van de lunch in het gezellig huiskamerrestaurant. Bediening perfect. Kwaliteit menu : inventief én lekker. Bijpassende wijnen : goed gekozen, gebalanceerd en niet alledaags. Koffie of thee met 3 zoete verrassingen. Zeer aangename middag gespendeerd. Het is een feit dat de bediening langzaam gebeurt, maar dat heeft als voordeel dat je de tijd hebt om bij te praten. Als je gehaast bent, is dit geen goed adres. Wij waren met een groep van tien vriendinnen en hebben genoten van het eten, de wijn, en de tijd tussendoor om met iedereen contact te hebben. Voor mij blijft dit een aanrader met een super prijs/kwaliteit verhouding !
4 based on 113 reviews
For a brasserie the food is not bad, I particularly liked the home-made frites and mayonnaise. However, I ordered Koninginnehapje met kip, champignons, balletjes en bladerdeegkoekje which was nice but contained absolutely no champignons. My brother ordered the same dish and his too had none.The lack of a central ingredient was a disappointment but what really spoiled the evening was getting the bill and finding that we were charged 9 Euro for a 1 litre bottle of still water!! I've been to a number of Michelin starred restaurants and never had to pay that much. My wife mentioned it when we paid the bill but without any reaction. Purely out of principle we will not return.
4 based on 27 reviews
The 2nd generation continues the passion. A restaurant with the concept of "experience" central. Everything that is used in the restaurant and lounge can be purchased in the concept store. With this we bring the experience of The Hill to the visitor at ho
Beautiful venue, situated on a wooded hill with lots of private parking space. Nice and cosy interior. Appetizers and starters are meant to be shared. We espacially liked the burrito and the salmon as appetizer. Starters were correct asparagus with poached egg, succulent langoustine with parma and perfect linguini with parmezan. Mains were gilt head bream (which is a cold dish) and black angus entrecôte (tender, tasteful). Strawberries with yoghurt, raspberries with mascarpone and a chocolate surprise ended the meal. Interesting and affordable wine list. We will follow up on this promising debut.
4 based on 101 reviews
We have had the pleasure of visiting La Maison Belge on two occasions since the opening and both of them were absolutely very good. The restaurant looks absolutely attractive from outside, as well as inside. No money was spared to bring this redecorated house up to the highest standards. First visit was shortly after the opening but you really couldn't tell. Very friendly service with humour, and an excellent choice of food and drinks. Second time was a few weeks later, and inside. Again very pleasant experience. Beware to make your online reservation well ahead. Thoroughly recommend.
4 based on 46 reviews
This is the place the well-heeled inhabitants of Keerbergen turn to when they have something to celebrate. The imposing restaurant sits on top of a hill. The owners have added a large and very agreeable Orangerie to the original building, which makes for very nice sitting with a view. The menus including wines offer good value for money, whereas the à la carte choice is pretty expensive with both entrees and mains averaging each well over 30 euro. On busy saturday nights the chef can decide whether or not to offer à la carte dining, as the crew in the kitchen is a very limited one. The cuisine is French, of good quality with choice ingredients and very well prepared, but also very traditional. What is admirable, is the chef's drive to cook in line with the season's offering, which means for instance that when you visit in mid-spring, you are offered dishes with delicious Belgian white asparagus and hop shoots - the latter is quite rare (and very expensive) even in Belgian restaurants. The wines accompanying the set menu are of good quality and are served generously. The whole offers an enjoyable relaxed dining experience.
4 based on 153 reviews
If it were not for the tzaziki, we would have never guessed this is a Greek restaurant. No typical music or table cloths, napkins, none of the above. Actually it's more of a Belgian restaurant with very nice grilled meat. Some pieces were a littke too rare for me, but the side dishes (patatas bravas/tzaziki/warm vegetables) made it complete. The owner told us they will change the concept to a tapa restaurant and that's a great idea! So you can share your food with your friends and loved ones.
4 based on 175 reviews
former old farmhouse converted into trendy restaurant. The young team of managers /waiters gives an excellent and friendly service. The choice of dishes and specialities changes from time to time and all dishes are of excellent quality and cooking. The seating is excellent, especially the terrace in summer. Located in the middle of a quite former agricultural area, now a high level villa park. Very recommended.
4 based on 231 reviews
Finally we found a real (Sicilian) Italian restaurant that doesn't alter the dishes to suit Belgian tastes.Enthousiast chef and crew, impressive winelist, menu geared towards fish an daily specials explained in detail.They buy their tuna and pesce spada wholesome: almost better than in Italy as a matter of fact.I cannot think of a better one in a radius of 50 km!
4 based on 102 reviews
We had noticed this new establishment in the centre of Haacht. Nice looking old style interior, old photos of the village centre against the wall, a very large backroom for diners with a very tasteful interior all in old style. We were there for drinks, just to get a feel of the place.What a disappointment this was. Extremely unfriendly waitress and patron(ness?) We didn't feel welcome and will most certainly not come back for dining. What a shame, so much promise and possibilities, and such a bad implementation.
4 based on 62 reviews
very good restaurant, maybe the choice on the menu isn't that big when you don't like to eat fish, but still, better not a large menu and bad food than a smaller card en really good food ! They also have a menu every day, really cheap and really good !
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