Bruges and the Coast Restaurants

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  • 1. De Halve Maan


    This working brewery—the only one in Bruges—not only has a rather pleasant courtyard but produces the Brugse Zot and Straffe Hendrik brands that you'll see...Read More

  • 2. Gruuthuse Hof


    Dining here is almost a prerequisite for visiting Bruges, and while it's well known to tourists, don't let that put you off. A menu of...Read More

  • 3. Teasers by Rock-Fort


    Teasers is the ice cube down the back of Bruges's "traditional" dining scene; it's brash and modern, serving a relentlessly inventive menu of French-inspired sharing...Read More

  • 4. A L'Envers


    A L'Envers is French for "inverted," and the name reflects this modern restaurant's simple but effective concept: to present dishes with edgy new flavor combinations,...Read More

  • 5. Alexandra


    This smart modern restaurant takes its inspiration primarily from the nearby North Sea, with fishy and seafood stars ranging from the familiar mussels, to rarer...Read More

  • 6. Belgian Pigeon House


    This fine bistro-style restaurant is a glorious celebration of the simpler things in life---the stars of the show are the less starry meats on offer:...Read More

  • 7. Bistro Villa Julia


    The food at this intimate bistro in a half-timbered villa is French-influenced modern European, but with a few nods to Flemish traditions thrown in to...Read More

  • 8. Bistro Zwart Huis


    This stylish, redbrick bar and restaurant lies above the old Cinema Liberty in a Gothic-style building that dates from 1482—all wooden beams, iron latticework, and...Read More

  • 9. Bistrot de la Mer


    Although the menu at this simple but cozy family-run place splits itself evenly between seafood and meat-based dishes, its location---directly across from the harbor where...Read More

  • 10. Brasserie Rubens


    The brasserie restaurant beside the coastal promenade in downtown Knokke has a slightly old-fashioned feel, but it serves reliably good, hearty portions of Belgian classics,...Read More

  • 11. Breydel–De Coninc


    In a plum spot along the route from the Markt to the Burg, this no-frills restaurant is well known among locals---the plain furnishings leave the...Read More

  • 12. Bruut


    Set above a quiet canal, with white swans gliding below, this charming restaurant in a step-gabled town house is purely romantic---for the best views, request...Read More

  • 13. Curiosa


    A Bruges institution for more than three decades, this cross-vaulted, medieval crypt has evolved over the years from a lively tavern with loud music at...Read More

  • 14. De Huifkar


    If the "lobsters in buckets" artwork above the front door doesn't get you thinking, then the large tank of live specimens in the middle of...Read More

  • 15. De Lamme Goedzak


    Commanding a fabulous location right on the main square, this charming restaurant occupies a lovely white-painted old house, and boasts interior furnishings, including a large...Read More

  • 16. De Ruyffelaer


    Lace curtains in the front windows---and an interior that looks unchanged in a century, but which was probably carefully crafted to look that way---set the...Read More

  • 17. Eetcafé Lion Belge


    A 15-minute walk from the Markt, this informal Belgian café-restaurant attracts a roaring crowd—a legacy of being just a few doors up from one of...Read More

  • 18. Je


    A 10-minute walk east of central Bruges, this cozy gastrobar serves up modern takes of classic French dishes, but with a twist. Instead of full...Read More

  • 19. La Bouffée


    This place close to the main square is so unassuming from the outside that, were it not for the simple front terrace, you might think...Read More

  • 20. Le Mystique


    Attached to Hotel Heritage, the elegant dining room at Le Mystique dates from 1869, and its high ceilings, chandeliers, and linen tablecloths create a refined...Read More

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