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2 nights in Brussels and 2 nights in Brugge (need help)

Hello Hblnk,

Your feedback has been very helpful, I really appreciate it. I've been doing more research and have a few more places to consider. I would love to know your thoughts :)

Meal
La Roue d'Or
Les Brigittines Aux Marches de la Chapelle
L'Idiot du Village
L'Estrille du Vieux

Drinks
La Mort Subite

Thank you!

Feb 15, 2012
kittylover in Europe

Paris - Where to have Asian Food on Easter

Hi,

I'll be in Paris on Easter and understand many restuarants will be closed, however I've read that many Asian restaurants are open. My husband and I are big fans of Thai and chinese, any suggestions would be great.

Feb 15, 2012
kittylover in France

Looking for Fondue Restaurant in Paris

Great thank you!! I am going to try to fit this place in!!!

Thanks again.

Feb 15, 2012
kittylover in France

Looking for Fondue Restaurant in Paris

My husband loves fondue restaurants. Does anyone have a suggestion for a good one in Paris?

Feb 13, 2012
kittylover in France

2 nights in Brussels and 2 nights in Brugge (need help)

Hello hblnk,

Disappointing news on the mussels!! Thanks for the recommendation on Den Boer, the website looks great. The places in Bruges, although look nice, may be too hip / modern for us.

If anyone has input on the following I'd appreciate it:
Brussels -
Nuetnigenough; Brussels Resto; Le Paon Royal; 't Kelderke; Le Varietes; Aux Armes de Bruxelles; Het Warm Water; L'Entree des Artistes

I saw something on this board about Comme Chez Soi...is it still worth wild to go?

Bruges -
Cafedraal; De Gouden Meermin, and Brasserie Erasmus

Feb 09, 2012
kittylover in Europe

2 nights in Brussels and 2 nights in Brugge (need help)

My husband and I are spending 2 nights in Brussels followed by 2 nights in Brugge. Our hotels are centrally located in both cities. We will be there the first week of April 2012 and have no idea where to dine. I've looked through our guidebook, but I'm not sure I trust it...

We tend to like restaurants in traditional settings (anything art nouveau or older would be a plus) that serve more traditional food. I love mussels and hope to have at least one meal with a big steaming pot!! Our budget is in the moderate range with room for a splurge or two if the place is a real must.

Any suggestions to keep us out of mediocre restaurants would be appreciated. This will be my husband's first trip to Belgium and I'm almost in the same boat since I've only been on 2 short day trips. We are beer and wine lovers so any suggestions on that would be great as well! Thanks so much :)

Feb 08, 2012
kittylover in Europe