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    Mozarthuys!: Stone grill!

    by belgianchocolate Updated Feb 24, 2005

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    It took us a while to choose a restaurant.
    The menu's on the market in the center didn't
    made us want to go in. All the same price and
    food to serve ll. (tourist menu's - jakkes).

    We decided to give the 'mozarthuys' a shot.
    They were very welcoming...and we choose
    something that could not go wrong.
    Stone grill dishes. One with meat and one
    with fish. Served with a salad and excellent
    Belgian fries. - they are thicker then the ones
    from MD , much thicker and hand cut.

    How does it work?
    Simple , you put some salt on the stone so that
    the meat or fish doesn't stick too it...turn
    it a couple of times. READY.

    Guess what music did they play?
    I don't know if Mozart ever visited Brugge.
    Could be , at a very young age he was in Antwerp.

    One negative thing I want to point out...
    Even if it wasn't that late , they gave us the
    impression that dessert wasn't an option.
    Here's the bill - time to leave.
    I understand that , since we were the last
    custumors. Still a bit impolite. I wasn't too
    disapointed since they hadn't anything special

    Still we had a good time and we were
    pleased to have find the place on a nice location,
    nice music and good service.
    (they even brought an extra hot stone when
    ours was getting too cold to bake.)

    >For the location click here!

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    Many to choose from: Main Square Restaurants

    by Jasoninlondon Written Feb 24, 2005

    In the main square in the centre of town there is a row of restaurants that all compete for the same business. Their prices seem similar but the few we went into all had great food.

    Favorite Dish: Mussels and Beer...what more could you need!

    Restaurant row

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    by enofile Written Jan 16, 2005

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    Run by a husband and wife team in a charming restored building, De Lotteburg should have been a wonderful experience. Yet, the food was at best fair, and the prices quite high for what you get. The atmosphere was very stuffy and the clientele added to the uptight ambience.

    Favorite Dish: None of the dishes "lit my fire."

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    Pasta Presto: The cheapest (and good!) eats in Brugge

    by ct-bound Written Dec 30, 2004

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    This tiny restaurant, located just off the Mark't was the most amazing deal we found in Brugge. Although they had a full seating restaurant upstairs, most of their business seemed to be in take-out and eating at the 2 tiny tables just inside or outside the door.

    Favorite Dish: Although the menu was quite varied, by far the best deal was the "Pasta and Sauce", I believe it was penne pasta (different pastas cost a little more), served piping hot in a large paper cone, smothered in your choice of 9 (!!) different pasta sauces - also piping hot. They will also sprinkle a hearty helping of fresh grated cheese in the middle, that melts into the sauce.

    Personally, I recommend the 'maison' sauce (bolognaise with basil and herbs). And did I mention that this costs a mere 2.50 Eu??

    Pasta Presto
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    Vistro- & Mosselkelder: All goodies are in the basement?

    by irisbe Written Dec 27, 2004

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    On one of our next visits to Bruges we were in search for a restaurant we didn't tried out yet and was still affordable.
    We found such a restaurant in the basement of one of the old houses at the pitoresque Huidevettersplein.

    Favorite Dish: Their speciality are mossels (different ways), eel, oysters and shelfish.
    We went for the eel with green spices and the shelfish. Chibuzor chose safe and took chicken.

    It was good food at a fair price!

    Vistro & Mosselkelder at Bruges
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    Thof van Rembrandt: Belgian Bars

    by Suet Updated Nov 22, 2004

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    We stopped for lunch here on our day out in Brugge, nice warm welcoming place, it was a cold day... all the bar seem to have these gas *log* fires nowadays... a welcome sight when you are freezing half to death....

    Favorite Dish: We had a Lasagne each.... tasty and filling, not too expensive, *8 euros each*, hubby had an Achel beer *3.50 euros* and I had of all things a warm red wine served in a teacup with sugar....*4.00 Euros*

    Total cost 23.50 for a reasonable lunch and a drink on a Saturday...

    inside the Thof Van Renbrandt bar
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  • Uilenspiegel: Pasta place

    by Mariajoy Written Nov 16, 2004

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    This was really a hotel restaurant snuggled cosily next to the side of the canal. It was lovely in the evening... the waiters were gorgeous...oops.. I meant the service was excellent and the waiters were very attentive :)) Lovely food.. lots of pasta dishes, very reasonably priced and vegetarian options.

    Favorite Dish: Something vegetarian, I can't remember exactly what I ate.

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    Any cafe along Zuidzandstraat, Steenstraat: Charming Cafes in Bruges

    by bpacker Updated Oct 6, 2004

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    The cafes in Bruges are charming. It's quite a pleasure to settle down to breakfast as sunlight filters down into the enclosure through an angled glass ceiling..

    This little cafe is located along Zuidzandstraat , one of the main shopping streets that links to Steenstraat..

    Breakfast in a Bruges Cafe

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  • Ristorante Adriatico: Friendly homely Italian food in Bruges!!

    by BEP Written Apr 10, 2004

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    On a bitter cold night in March, and disappointed that our first choice of eatery was closed, we happened on the Adriatico. It was a happy choice. The staff were very friendly and welcoming, and the menu was reasonably priced. With the cold outside, we were in need of comfort food - and did we get it!! - something the Italians do best (even if they are Bruges-based Italians!). Glowing, with very happy tummies, we at last felt brave enough to face the cold and go back to our hotel.

    Favorite Dish: Well - in the circumstances of it being a freezing cold March night, would it surprise anybody to learn that we went for the classic comfort food of pasta? Sizzling, bubbling lasagne with a wonderful aroma that perked up the taste buds in anticipation. Lovely. We liked the food so much (over three courses), that we went twice to this restaurant during our break in Bruges. This is not a fancy place, and looks very ordinary from the outside.....but when next in this city, we will go again to the Ristorante Adriatico.

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    Craenenburg: Don't miss the delicious Gluhwien!

    by ceswho Written Jan 10, 2004

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    On the corner of the Market Sqaure in Brugges and the Saint Amandstrret we find the "House Cranenburg." The name originates from its in habitants of 1305. It's historic value is 2fold,1st, Margaretha of York watched in 1468 the games of the knights which took place on the market square to celebrate her marriage to Charled the Bold. 2nd, it was here that in 1488 archduke Maximilian of Austria was imprisoned.
    During 1905 Craenenburg became the local pub for the Bruges smoker's club. Craenenburg was renovated in 1956 with its current distinctive frontage. The main room was decorated in a typical Flemish style, including the wooden entrance porch, wooden benches aling the walls. The bar is superbly sculptured and the windows are set in lead with features reflecting the various brewing processes and skills.
    Since 1966 the business Craenenburg is run by the family Boedt. The current owners are the third generation to be in charge.

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    De Stoepa: Homely

    by alectrevor Updated Sep 12, 2015

    The Bar Restaurant called De Stoepe is in Oostmers Brugge not far from the rail station. The place has character and a reputation for a homely ambieance. Food and beer good.

    De Stoepa Bar and Resturant

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    Café T’Klein Venetie: Hot Chocolate Time

    by grayfo Updated Oct 17, 2012

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    This cafe is very popular as it affords one of the best canal views in Brugge.

    June 2010

    Favorite Dish: Hot Chocolate

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    Poeskaffee: Poeskaffee

    by mvtouring Written Jul 10, 2009

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    OK, so I found a cafe for cats, but do you think I could find one for dogs? No way. I think the Belgiums like cats more than dogs, but I may be wrong.

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    Fast food: Don't Miss Flemish Frites!

    by viddra Written Aug 27, 2005

    The food's great (fries, sausages...) and the service fast and professional.

    Favorite Dish: Flemish frites with mayo-what else!?


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    Hoegaarden Beer: Don't forget to take plenty of fluids ;-)

    by ATLC Written Mar 20, 2005

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    After a long walk through charming Brugge and having the sun shine down on you, it is imperative to drink plenty. haha!

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