This restaurant is attached to the B&B. This small restaurant opens only on friday and saturday, though intended to serve the B&B guests we found non-guests were also eating here. Since we stayed at the B&B, the owner reserved us a table just next to the fireplace. With the candle light on our table, the dinners we've had were romantic but also comfortable enough as we didn't need to dress up to eat here. During the dinner, Vincent, the owner was so generous by giving free items (cheese, sardinian breads, mirto, breads). Vincent and his wife also made sure that we were enjoying our dinner. The price was also very reasonable (less than €40 for 2 persons), but then again we didn't drink the wine..The size of the meal was rather big for my tummy and the taste was excellent..For wine lover, the restaurant has a lot of wines and liquors to drink (specially the Sardinian ones).
Next time we stay at the B&B (when we visit Dinant), will definitely have our dinner there..
Favorite Dish: Pasta tuna and tomato - the spicier the better
Ravioli with scampi (shrimp)
Excellent food and impeccable service. A resident cat which doesn't even make its presence known though there is a sign outside if i am not wrong to remind you not to pat it in case you see it as it can be in one of its moods!Value for money!
Restaurant La Citadelle is the perfect place if you want to taste the local sweet: couque. It is a biscuit with a honey-sweetened flavor that is impressed with a carved wooden mold before baking.
In the restaurant is also possible to have supper and dinner.
Being a popular place with tourists, Dinant has a good choice of restaurants to choose from. We opted for Brasserie Grégoire, which is very centrically located on Queen Astrid Square, in the shadow of the Collegiate Church. It is a family-run kind of place, with simple decoration and home-made Belgian specialities in the menu that you can accompany with French and Italian wine.
Favorite Dish: Américain preparé, of course!
Well, in my hotel tip I said this is a restaurant with a hotel attached and, as we were staying there we thought we ought to try the food!
Must have known I was coming, the special was a 3 course menu all cooked with beer! start with croquettes with Maredesous sauce - delicious, next pork cooked in beer (forget which) then cassis icecream. all superb!
The menu was in French and our limited ability could find nothing for the vegetarian Mrs Bonio, no problem, a goats cheese salad was greatly enjoyed, followed by a raspberry sorbet. Cost with wine too was not too expensive, memorable meal.
Along the river Meuse are terraces that are strangly enough seperated from the restaurants by a rather busy road. The waiters and waitresses have to regularly sprint to bring you the dishes and drinks you ordered, but ... the setting is just great. The restaurants front entrances are on the upperstreet (that runs away from the Collegial Our Dear Lady. The terraces are - as said on the riverside, one store lower.
Favorite Dish: Le Roi de Moules served a wonderful vairety on dishes based on clams (mosselen). This rather (Zeeuws) Flandres tradition has found it's way to Wallonia already decades ago. So order a dish here that is in the list of "Moules-menu's" and enjoy the Bourgondian lifestyle again that Belgium is so well-known for.
It is a beautifull traditional restaurant situated in a strategic point in the center of the town.
It is situated in front of the church and opposite the bridge.