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Le Cabochon
13/20 Gault&Millau
9.3
Aux Chandelles
4030 GRIVEGNEE Bistronomy, French, Seasonal
9.4
Casa Borghese
4020 JUPILLE French, Italian
9.2
Pane e Vino Liege
4000 LIEGE Italian, Mediterranean, Seasonal, Traditional
7.9
Telle Mère Telle Fille
4000 LIEGE French
8.9
La Roussette De Savoie
4000 LIEGE French, Savoyan
9.3
Sushi Nagoya
4000 LIEGE Japanese, Sushi, Teppan Yaki, Vegan
8.6
Sottopiano
4000 LIEGE Gastronomic, Italian, Mediterranean, Pasta
13/20 Gault&Millau
Le Baobab
4000 ROCOURT - LIEGE African, Chicken, Seafood, Gluten-free, Grill, Halal, Market supply, Meat, Ribs, Traditional, Vegetarian
8.9
Bistronomie Valentina
4000 LIEGE French
9.3
Le Theme
4000 LIEGE Belgian-French, Continental - European, International
Le Cabochon
13/20 Gault&Millau
13/20 Gault&Millau
Aux Chandelles
Bistronomy, French, Seasonal
Pane E Vino Liege
Italian, Mediterranean, Seasonal, Traditional
Sushi Nagoya
Japanese, Sushi, Teppan Yaki, Vegan
Sottopiano
13/20 Gault&Millau
Gastronomic, Italian, Mediterranean, Pasta
13/20 Gault&Millau
Le Baobab
African, Chicken, Seafood, Gluten-free, Grill, Halal, Market supply, Meat, Ribs, Traditional, Vegetarian
Le Theme
Belgian-French, Continental - European, International

Liège, city of gourmets and gastronomy!

You will find a lot of nice restaurants, cafes, bistros and brasseries in the city center of Liège and the pedestrian zone around it. From cheap to fancy restaurants, from traditional and local specialties to more exotic dishes. You will always find a nice restaurant that suits your culinary preferences and budget. Le Carré, a maze of pedestrian streets, is the entertainment mecca of Liège and quite popular with students. In the ‘Outremeuse’ district, you can find a lot of great gourmet restaurants.

The Liège kitchen is a simple but very popular cuisine. Some of the specialties are the famous Liège stew, meatballs with fries, white pudding, grilled kidneys,… and not to mention the wonderful Hervé cheese and the «stron d'poye», (white cheese with Liège syrup), the buckwheat pancakes or the famous Peket (a local gin-based juniper which is commonly used in Liège preparations).