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't Oud Clooster
9000 GHENT Belgian, Flemish, French, Vegetarian
9.0
Chef Yoshi
9000 GHENT Japanese, Sushi
13.5/20 Gault&Millau
8.9
Midtown Grill
9000 GHENT Belgian-French, Grill, Meat, Regional cuisine, Seasonal, Vegetarian
9.2
High Tea at the Ghent Marriott
€ 19.0
Spoorloos Perron
9000 GHENT Brasserie
8.8
De Stokerij
9000 GHENT Belgian-French, French
9.1
Joan
9000 GHENT Italian, Mediterranean, Tapas
9.3
Boker Tov Gent
9000 GHENT Israëlisch
8.6
Yalla Yalla Gent
9000 GHENT Lebanese, Middle-East, Vegan, Vegetarian
9.1
Gent - Giuliano Gent
9000 GHENT Italian
8.6
Cafe Rene
9000 GHENT Belgian-French
9.4
De Bompa
9000 GHENT Belgian-French
9.0
Duel Gent
9000 GHENT Belgian, Continental - European, Flemish, French
9.0
Februarimenu
€ 49.0
Officina Raffaelli
9000 GHENT Italian, Pasta, Pizza, Wine Bar
8.6
Bistro Illyrian
9000 GHENT Mediterranean
9.0
't Oud Clooster
Belgian, Flemish, French, Vegetarian
Chef Yoshi
13.5/20 Gault&Millau
Japanese, Sushi
13.5/20 Gault&Millau
De Stokerij
Belgian-French, French
Joan
Italian, Mediterranean, Tapas
Yalla Yalla Gent
Lebanese, Middle-East, Vegan, Vegetarian
De Bompa
Belgian-French
Officina Raffaelli
Italian, Pasta, Pizza, Wine Bar

Restaurants in Ghent

Ghent, one of the most beautiful historical cities in Europe with the finest restaurants!

Ghent is the capital of East Flanders. The city is situated at the junction of the Schelde and the Leie and is known as “The city of flowers” thanks to the many flower dwelling and horticultural exploitations around the city.

Ghent offers a wide range of possibilities. Besides the great hotels, the trendy shops, the bars and the many cultural and historical sites, you will also find innumerable fine restaurants in different price ranges.

The city combines an impressive past with a living present. Many tourists are visiting this one of the most beautiful historical cities of Europe the whole year round.

Ghent offers a lot of curiosities. Besides 2 medieval citadels, 19 museums, 5 abbeys and 3 beguinages, you will find dozens of churches and historical buildings.

The Gravensteen

The Gravensteen is one of the most important tourist attractions in Ghent. The fortress was in former days inhabited by the counts of Flanders but afterwards used as a mint, a court of justice and a prison with torture chambers. Today you can visit the varied collection of instruments of torture, the torture chambers and the oubliette.

Patershol

The Patershol is a medieval district which consists of a crisscross of cosy alley ways and small streets. You will find all kinds of different types of restaurants but you can also admire the different historical façades. This district was restored entirely in the eighties and is now one of showpieces of the city of Ghent.

The City Museum of Contemporary Art (S.M.A.K.)

The S.M.A.K. is the largest museum for contemporary art in Flanders. Thanks to a collection of more than 2000 artworks and the many exhibitions that are organised, its fame stretches far abroad.

Either as a tourist or for business, Ghent will have always something for you in store!

Tablebooker offers you a large choice of restaurants in Ghent at the best prices. You can also book a lot of restaurants in Ghent online.