Bruges is located in West Flanders and enjoys a rich history. Its cultural significance is not only found in its buildings and monuments, but in its gastronomy as well. From Flemish waterzooi (stew) to Burgundian dishes prepared with local beers from Bruges. Read on and discover great food for a reasonable price.
Looking to wine and dine in Bruges while keeping your wallet happy? Discover great food at a reasonable price with the following tips and tricks.
Get energised with a hearty breakfast to start off your adventure through Bruges. And what better place to enjoy an easy breakfast than your hotel! Go for smart and tasty with a variety of continental breakfasts and local specialities. Book an unlimited breakfast buffet as part of your stay or otherwise separately should you find a cheaper alternative. With a satisfied appetite you can even budget on lunch later on in the day!
Picnic in the Koningin Astridpark or Minnewater park
Bruges is perfect for a picnic lunch in one of its many parks or on a waterside bench. This is a perfect manner to take in the sights and sounds as well as taste the character of Bruges. Koningin Astridpark, centrally located, was originally a monastery garden adorned with an ornate kiosk and fountain. The majestic and stately Minnewater park further south of the city is a more tranquil option to spend your day picnicking.
Beer has a Traditional Flemish fries are a perfect afternoon snack and even considered dinner for some. The most famous chip shop in Bruges is situated on the Grand Place and has been active in the city centre since 1897. So keep a lookout for two green wagons in downtown Bruges! Flemish goodness comes in the form of a generous portion of golden fries accompanied by an exceptional view of the Grand Place. Grand Place (Grote Markt) Bruges. Open weekdays till 2am and weekends till 6am. significance in Bruges. Brewery De Halve Maan is known for its gems the Brugse Zot and Straffe Hendrik. Beer is not only limited to being brewed and consumed in Bruges, but is also incorporated in its cooking. Enjoy local cuisine for a reasonable price at the Bierbistro where beer is a complimentary ingredient. Oude Burg 14, Open from noon to 10pm. Closed on Thursdays.
Beer has a considerable significance in Bruges. Brewery De Halve Maan is known for its gems the Brugse Zot and Straffe Hendrik. Beer is not only limited to being brewed and consumed in Bruges, but is also incorporated in its cooking. Enjoy local cuisine for a reasonable price at the Bierbistro where beer is a complimentary ingredient. Oude Burg 14, Open from noon to 10pm. Closed on Thursdays.Sint-Amandstraat 18, Bruges. Open till 8pm.
If the local specialities of Bruges don’t necessarily make your mouth water, spaghetti dishes are always available at Brasserie Medard. Liberal servings for a decent price satisfy the appetite perfectly after a day of strolling through this beautiful city. Sint-Amandstraat 18, Bruges. Open till 8pm.