The market cafe's and restaurants are notorious for upping the prices when you're not looking. Check the prices in the menus with what they've written on the bill. Most are OK, but there's always one,... more
This place was a highlight of my trip. It's small, about eight tables at the most, owned by two who are confident enough to close on Saturday! ( and Sunday) They also own the tapas place next door. 'A... more
I have to admit that from the outside Humpty Dumpty's doesn't look too promising - basic plastic seating, set on a busy street. Looks can be deceptive though. We enjoyed enormous baguettes filled with... more
Even on a late October midweek lunchtime the terraces of the Grand Cafes around the main market square were absolutely packed with what looked to me like mostly fellow tourists. Don't read me wrong -... more
We entered the restaurant via the back entrance along the Reien (canals) and the very nice south oriented terrace and had a warm welcome. The service was quick and very friendly.
You'll have an... more
We tried the beers here first on the outside terrace. We liked the place so much we decided to return for dinner that evening.
The Erasmus is really a hotel with a lovely restuarant. It is handsonly... more
This restaurant has two entrances, one in The Markt and the other at the rear of the restaurant. It is a busy place with most people sitting outside in the warmer weather.
The waiters although surly... more
This was our favourite restaurant when we went to Brugge. You know how travelling (or home for that matter), you try a few places, and then find one that you just keep on going back to? Well this was... more
At the VT-meeting in Bruges, Sabine (Sabsi), Roy (Imaniac) and I went to eat in this cosy restaurant.
The name may be somewhat misleading. Of course they sell delicious fruit juices and salads, but... more
De Lange Muur is a good Chinese restaurant near the central square Market.
For 19 euro per person you can have a rice-table containing the following:
2 egg rolls
3 kinds of meat with... more
Not really a restaurant, but a great place to eat.
Celebrations Entertainment, a majestic diner spectacle in a unique environment. It is the year 1468, the 3rd of July, Charles the bold and Margaret... more
We were walking around Market Square and decided to stop and have some lunch. This restaurant was on the square and seemed like a great place. The decor was Flemish with a wooden motif throughout the... more
This is what I wrote in June 2002: Nice bistro at the 'Eggmarket', a square full of restaurants and pubs just off the main square of Brugge. Very friendly service!
This is what I would write now in... more
Brugge is full of restaurants... most of them in the center.
One that I remember??
DE IJSBEER There you can find delicious mussels that they serve with onion, or with white wine, with garlic...... more
hotel-restaurant boudewijn l is situated in the very heart of the unique city of BRUGGE.
There is an underground garage in front of the hotel-restaurant called "CENTRUM" and it is only a 5 minutes'... more
"CELTIC IRELAND" is a unique Irish pub & restaurant concept in BRUGGE (a FIRST in EUROPE).
It is an independant family run establishment designed to the highest of traditional Irish standarts ,... more
This is a neat little hole in the wall place just between the squares where you can either go in for a meal or get the 'to go' waffles. Since we had a big breakfast each morning at our B & B, we... more
You have all kinds of restaurants in Brugge. For all tastes. (But I read somewhere that the infamous "Golden Arches" chain closed down in this town due to lack of interest of the population! SAY... more
This is a really friendly bistro right in the centre of town. The proprietors like to be a little different and the most western of food can be served in ways that are definitely a little different.... more
With a little luck you see the brewer doing his job.
All dishes are cooked with the local brewed beer. From 2.5 € until 41.00 €
Ask for a "drietap" and taste three delicious house-brewed beers.... more
Lovely interiour in a classified building underneath a nice familyhotel... The chef trained in the Karmeliet, a three-star Michelin restaurant. Especially their 5-course set menu is excellent. If you... more
I cannot categorise the amazing food we were lucky enough to indulge in whilst we stayed at the Bauhaus. We wouldn't think of going anywhere else (well we did think about it - but soon came to our... more
What a fabulous restaurant!
Stumbled across this restaurant after trekking round all the restaurants in the Markt. Having never experienced fondue before we were a bit hesitant. However we neednt... more
We stopped in a Russian Tea Room in Brugge, and I apologize for not having a picture or remembering the name. In fact I'm not sure it still exists, though I've seen photos of a building that looks... more
Another charming aspect of Brugge is the many SIDEWALK CAFE'S scattered throughout the city. For the privilege of having that cup of coffee or glass of beer/wine while watching people walk by, you... more
I came to Brugge with much expectation. It's a town favoured by many and reports were all favourable at my end of the spectrum.
Alighting at the train station the first thing I was confronted with was...
Walking is the best way to discover Bruges. The city is rather small you can easily walk across it in half an hour. Its also a romantic city. My must see page would show a little bridge on which, if...
Brugge is one of those rare towns that is both a must see and a tourist trap. With a little care in planning, you can avoid the tourist trap side of the city and have a lovely visit to this magical......