December 4, 2022

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Ten New Limburg Restaurants For Your Wish List (Food & Drink)

Ten New Limburg Restaurants For Your Wish List (Food & Drink)

1. Otoro in Hasselt

Pajtim Bajrami, the former chef of De Stadt van Luijck in Sint-Truiden, has been behind the cookware at his own restaurant in Hasselt since October. Otoro – the company’s name – stands for the tastiest and most special part of the tuna. With his high-quality dishes in a modern French style with oriental touches, Batjim hopes to win a star soon. This promises!

Otoro, Luikersteenweg 366 in Hasselt. Open Friday through Tuesday at 12 noon and 7 pm (Saturday 7 pm only). informations: www.retotoro.be

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© Luc Delimans

© Luc Delimans

2. Ballina Osteria in Genk

The famous La Posta is no more, but fortunately Genk Vennestraat has got a suitable alternative. At Balena Osteria, a chef duo with Italian and French roots conjures fine fish and pasta dishes on your plate: from pasta with truffles to oysters and lobsters. After dinner, Italian music reverberates through the speakers and the cocktail bar runs at full speed.

Balena Osteria, Vennestraat 185 in Genk. Open from 12 noon to 2.30 pm and from 5.30 pm to midnight. Only sat from 5.30pm until midnight. Mom is closed. informations: www.balenaosteria.be

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© Karel Hemerijckx

© Karel Hemerijckx

3. Enigma in Hasselt

Tzatziki, calamari or eggplant rolls, nowhere in Greece they taste as good as you think. Except at Enigma in Hasselt, where the Greek George is in the kitchen. The chef moved to Belgium for his great love Hana. They run the business together. In addition to Greek mezze, the couple also serves meat, fish, and salads. In the wine list you will find only Greek grapes.

Enigma, 14 Persoonstraat in Hasselt. Open Friday through Monday from 12 to 10 pm and Wednesday and Thursday from 5 to 10 pm. informations: www.facebook.com/enigmahasselt

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© Luc Delimans

© Luc Delimans

4. Hasselt windmill

Farmer Bram and his wife Lisa have a clear vision: At De Windmolen in Hasselt, only natural and honest products are on the menu. Both vegetables and meat come directly from the local farms in your plate and you can savor it. From meatballs in tomato sauce to tapas, the pair serve up classics inspired by Belgian, Spanish, and French cuisine.

The windmill, Castrestrat 46 in Hasselt. Open Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11am to 11pm, and Tuesdays and Sundays from 2pm to 11pm. informations: www.restaurantdewindmolen.be

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© Luc Delimans

© Luc Delimans

5. Bardiff in Hasselt

fresh juice local Iced tea, avocado toast or homemade pastries? At the new BarDaph store on the Botermarkt in Hasselt, you can enjoy an extensive breakfast, lunch and dessert. And that’s all day long.

BarDaph, Botermarkt 22 in Hasselt. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Monday, Sunday and public holidays. informations: www.bardaph.be

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© Paradav

© Paradav

6. Lotte Lunch in Hasselt

local Cakes, muffins, american pancakes and vegan drinks. Charlotte Vanaken used to deliver breakfast and lunch to the house, but lately you can come and sample all of her delicious creations in her colorful Hasselt shop. Breakfast all day! What do you want too?

Lotte Lunch, 18 Lombardstraat in Hasselt. Open Wednesday through Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm. Open on Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. informations: www.brunchalotte.be

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© Luc Delimans

© Luc Delimans

7. Petrel in your comfort

Cut feathers, bean, vent or vitello tonato. For classics with a creative touch, you’re at the right place at Petrel in Maaseik. After touring Australia, Maaseiken residents Michael and Julie, who already have a lot of experience in the catering business, decide to realize their big dream: opening their own brasserie.

Petrel, 16/2 market in Maasek. Open continuously from 11:30 AM to 10:30 PM, except on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. informations: www.petrel.be

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© Luc Delimans

Country bread Vitello Tonato. © Luc Delimans

8. Soft in Beringen

Would you like to learn about vegetarian food? So you have to go to the Beringse Lutgart location, where vegan Shauni Nuyts has just opened their new Soft Lunch and Lunch Bar. In this cozy little place, you can eat completely vegan, from pancakes and toast to bouquets and even vegan mac n cheese.

Soft, Stadswall 14 in Beringen. Open from Wednesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. informations: www.softplantbased.be

Read also. tasted. At this new brunch bar, you can eat toast that’s not a starter or a vegan poke bowl

© Luc Delimans

© Luc Delimans

9. Shock Coffee in Hasselt

From the construction sector to the hospitality industry. Colleagues Davy Bose and Stijn Bruce are drowning. Together they founded the Choc-Coffee on the Maastrichterstraat in Hasselt. Davy not only serves all kinds of coffee there, but also breakfast, homemade pancakes, wine, beer, and takeaway in sustainable packaging. Fun fact: You can also enjoy remote working at this place.

Choc-Coffee, Maastrichterstraat 93 in Hasselt. Open Monday through Saturday from 8am to 6pm. informations: www.choc-coffee.be

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© Shock Coffee

© Shock Coffee

10. Ross in Hasselt

Since October, you can enjoy tasting Glen Ross bombs again at the renovated Roche. He now continues without Nicole Schilkins and christens the restaurant with a new name: His Name. What does not change is the eclectic cuisine with worldly influences. From Japanese-inspired hamachi to amazing oysters, Chef Ross still swears by seasonal, fresh, high-quality produce.

Ross, Dorpstraat 34 in Hasselt. Open on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Lunch from 12 pm to 1 pm, dinner from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm. informations: www.rosshasselt.be

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oysters; © Rus

Head of Glenn Ross. © Tom Palmers

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