So, we’re back! And thanks to your recommendations, we had a very delicious week indeed! A few thank yous/reports from our foodie travels:
Tried to go here and it was closed the week we were there! Haha, absolutely gutted as the photos we saw on TripAdvisor looked amaaaazing!
We went here on Thursday and the food was GORGEOUS! Really great vibe too, and we had a lovely bottle of Dao, and enjoyed a ‘Lazy Red Cheeks’ cocktail which is apparently a Belgian invention and very moreish indeed…!
After climbing the Bell Tower, we rewarded ourselves with a HUGE box of chips and mayo from the van on the square - it was epic.
We looked at this place and it seemed amazing but they didn’t have a table the night we wanted to go. On our list for next time!
We took your advice and did this - it was great! Zero nightlife in Bruges so after about 9pm you can walk the streets and they’re practically empty. Felt like the whole city was ours.
We went here after dinner one evening and loved it. I had a raspberry beer which was delicious, Sam had one of the local beers (can’t remember which one…) and it was such a great atmosphere!
This was one of the favourite things we did on the whole trip! The brewery tour was quite intense with lots of scary staircases and a trip up to the roof but it was so much fun. Thanks for the recommendation (and @MarkC too!)
Lastly, I have to tell you all about this place:
One of the best meals of our lives.
There’s no menu, you just get what you’re given, but every dish and appetiser was utterly gorgeous. We arrived at 7 and didn’t leave until 11.30 and it didn’t feel like the evening dragged at all. Amazing atmosphere, stunning food, great wine matches with each course, brilliant, attentive service, and an experience like no other. Not exactly cheap (five courses, an aperitif and a wine match with each course was around 240 euros) but actually great value for what you get and money well spent. I highly recommend going here if you’re in Bruges any time soon.