01 Apr - 31 Oct: Friday
The activity ends at the starting point.
Belgian cuisine is one of the most regarded in Europe, and it’s no secret that Belgians love good food. Indeed they are reputed to dine out more than any other people in the world and, on this gastronomic tour, you’ll find out why. To get a taste for the local cuisine you’ll stop at several restaurants known for their delectable dishes, and you’ll also sample locally produced Geneva gin and wines.
During the evening you’ll have the chance to try many of Brussels’ iconic dishes including North Sea shrimps, Belgian endives, beef stew, authentic frites, waterzooi, stoemp, boudin sausage, asparagus, Brussels’ waffles, speculoos, local wines, Geneva gin and much more.
Intimate group of maximum 10 people ensures you receive personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide.
Take this Brussels Culinary Evening tour and find out why Belgian cuisine is one of the most highly regarded in Europe.
To join the excursion make your way to the Godiva chocolate store, Grand’Place 22, 1000 Brussels, where you will meet your escort for the evening. Guides for this tour are multilingual who can speak English, French, German, Dutch.
Belgium is world-famous for its chocolate and beer, but Belgian cuisine also includes a whole host of other taste-bud tickling snacks and dishes. Examples include Belgian frites (French fries), Belgian waffles, and biscuits known as 'speculoos'. It is often said that in Belgium you get the best of both worlds: the quantity of a hearty German meal and the quality of fine French fare.
On this mouth-watering tour, you’ll stop at several restaurants known for their fabulous dishes, and sample locally produced Geneva gin and wines.
Hear tales from Brussels’ culinary past, and learn how the city was settled by exiled French chefs. Discover Belgian culinary traditions, learn how various dishes are produced and find out how to prepare your own Belgian recipes.
Your package includes tastings of most of Brussels’ specialty dishes including North Sea shrimps, Belgian endives, beef stew, authentic frites, waterzooi, stoemp, boudin sausage, asparagus, Brussels’ waffles, speculoos, local wines, Geneva gin and much more. You’ll even sample that most polarizing vegetable, Brussels’ sprouts!
The tour ends at Godiva chocolate store, Grand’Place 22, 1000 Brussels.
The voucher remains valid for one year. If you miss one tour, you can still join the next tour.
Avo was a great tour guide. Knew alot about the history of Brussel, beer and food. Compination of beer, chocolate and food was perfect....
We thoroughly enjoyed our evening and thought Stefan was a very good tour guide. He was friendly and put us at ease from the outset. His knowledge of Belgium and the tour...
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