The Very Best Local Restaurants in Ghent

Don’t they say that the surest path to discovering a place’s culture runs through the stomach? Our Ghent locals feel the same and they’re eager to share their favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, casual spots, fine dining, traditional kitchen, ethnic cuisine and everything in between — all without breaking the bank. When it comes to the best food in town, you’re in safe, expert hands with these restaurants.

Aywa – Beirut street food

Aywa – Beirut street food

Image by Dieter Covent

“Aywa” is a new Lebanese restaurant in Ghent. When I first discovered it, I went there with a vegetarian friend – we couldn’t have made a better choice.

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Balls & Glory – Handcrafted meatballs

Balls & Glory – Handcrafted meatballs

Image by Bennie De Meulemeester

“Balls & Glory” is the place I like to go to in Ghent for meatballs. The handcrafted meatballs are actually filled with liquid filling. With filling I love.

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BE O – Where fresh and local meet you

BE O – Where fresh and local meet you

Image by Bennie De Meulemeester

“BE O” in Ghent is organic heaven it’s both a fresh market and a bar where you can eat along with the seasons. I just adore their delicious seed bread…

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BOON – Lunch bar

BOON – Lunch bar

Image by Tahnee Naesen

“BOON” is the most beautiful lunch bar in Ghent and already my all-time favorite lunch place! It is mostly vegetarian. Try the rhubarb soda, trust me.

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Café Parti – International twist on European dishes

Café Parti – International twist on European dishes

Image by Heather Sills

“Café Parti” in Ghent is a creative restaurant in the centre I like to take friends who’ve just arrived. It’s more relaxed than other bistros around…

Full Article by Heather Sills

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