Bruges - Dining
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Patrick Devos

Right in the heart of Bruges, chef Patrick Devos owns an impressively historic patch. The four drawing rooms date back to a variety of style periods and are all absolute pearls. The garden terrace makes the venue utterly complete. In this unique decor, Patrick Devos serves a gastronomic, innovative and light cuisine. A blend of pure flavours, biological vegetables and a maximum harmony between wine and dish. The chef only works with the best quality produce, mainly from his own region. It is therefore only logical that the restaurant has built up quite a reputation over the years.
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La Tâche

Right out of the city centre, on the road that leads to Blankenberge, the art-deco villa - which houses La Tâche - stands in all its splendour. Here chef Olivier Monbailliu creates French cuisine with Mediterranean influences. French classics with a Southern touch are the order of the day and this thanks to the house tapenades, high quality olive oils and herbs from the property's garden. The chef also cherishes a passion for wine, which is reflected in an extensive wine list, a mix of budget-friendly discoveries and the famous grand crus. The correct price-quality ratio is never lost sight of.
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‘t Jong Gerecht

A new star is born, or rather a group of stars. Lisa and Emmanuel managed to charm and impress Bruges in no time. This young and resourceful talent is full of ambition and the most wonderful culinary ideas. They gained experience in a whole range of starred restaurants from De Karmeliet over De Jonkman and in Hertog Jan. A nice sum of stars that doubtless provides inspiration. At ‘t Jong Gerecht, chef Emmanuel Niess offers a wide range of dishes made fresh daily from seasonal products at very reasonable prices, Lisa presents an original accompanying wine and gives you a warm and friendly welcome. An address to keep in mind.
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