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Many tempting regional specialities will make your mouth water. Try cave mushrooms, gingerbread, apple dumplings or one of Limburg’s many locally brewed beers. A vast array of restaurants, grand cafés and bistros offer international cuisines to suit every taste.
Being spoiled for choice is the only problem in Maastricht! The city is well-known for its exclusive wining & dining and its four Michelin star restaurants: Belugo (**), Toine Hermsen (*), Tout-Ĺ•-Fait (*) and Chateau Neercanne (*) just outside Maastricht, offer a mouth-watering experience.
For more exclusive dining choose one of the 'Maastricht Culinair Restaurants'. This association of local restaurants guarantees a gastronomic experience.
For a less expensive, more informal evening with good food, look for restaurants in the association of Les Tables du Quartier Latin. The group consists of nine restaurants around the picturesque ancient centre of Maastricht, each with their own particular atmosphere and gastronomic specialties.
In and outside the city centre of Maastricht, you find some beautiful castles, which offer great wining & dining.
Chateau Neercanne (Cannerweg 800) is situated just outside MaastrichtÂ’s city centre and is the only terraced castle in Holland. It offers a great menu and wine list and a good view is guaranteed.
The 15th century estate Chateau Sint Gerlach (Joseph Corneli Allée 1) in Valkenburg is situated in the attractive Geul Valley, amidst stylish baroque gardens. These days it’s home to a five-star hotel and restaurant that offers guests lavish hospitality in a historical setting.
The Kruisherenklooster hotel, a 15th century monastery in the heart of Maastricht will open its doors in April/May 2005, following extensive restoration works.
The restaurants of Les Tables du Quartier Latin de Maestricht (www.maastrichtrestaurants.nl) offer you delicious menus featuring regional cuisine. This ‘belt’ of restaurants runs roughly along the path of the mediaeval city ramparts. In terms of their cuisine and atmosphere, the restaurants vary from classical to an almost student-like character, but all are run by skilled young culinary entrepreneurs with a great passion for their trade, and with a common philosophy: to offer high quality gastronomic delights in a pleasant, relaxed environment.
The restaurants of Les Tables du Quartier Latin offer you a delicious three-course regional set meal, prepared with natural products, for €22.50 per person (Eetkamer de Bissjob offers this regional set meal for €26.50).
The participating Les Tables restaurants are:
Restaurant Petit Bonheur Situated behind the gate of an old farmhouse, everything has the taste, smell and feel of France. It is immediately apparent why this restaurant was so named – it is a ‘little paradise.’ On sunny late-summer evenings, you can allow yourself a culinary treat in the ‘cour,’ the attractive courtyard of this historic 17th century building.
Eetcafé Rilette Rilette is situated in the heart of the Jeker quarter, the old Roman area of the city. You can taste the Mediterranean atmosphere as soon as you enter, as that southern influence can not only be found on the menu but also in the interior decoration. This refined ‘brown café’ has a friendly feel of organised chaos.
La Bonne Femme
Situated just around the corner from the Onze Lieve Vrouwe basilica, in a beautiful 17th century building with a view over the river Meuse. Here, you can enjoy Belgian and French-oriented seasonal dishes in the cosy, homely main dining area or in the conservatory.
Eetcafé Céramique
The home of good old-fashioned conviviality: simply eating a delicious meal together. The atmosphere is warm, friendly and home-like. The soup tureen in the logo is more than just a symbol, it is also a deliberate hint to what you can expect in this café-pub. The atmosphere and the décor are airy and informal, and the menu is enticing, ingeniously presented in old books straight from the antiquarian bookshop.
John Mullins Irish Pub & Restaurant
Here, you can get a taste of the Ireland of the Irish. The menu is full of wonderful dishes made with traditional Irish ingredients. A Guinness or an Irish whisky, for example, forms the perfect companion to your meal. At John Mullins, they like to make you feel at home.
Café – Restaurant Bokes
The cordiality of Maastricht combined with the local colour of the warm south. In a refreshing setting, Bokes manages to find the right tone between high quality and good prices. Here, traditional Limburg fare is cooked with love and care, mixed with French influences and the chefÂ’s own inspiration.
Restaurant Reube
This restaurant fulfils an important role in the culinary landscape of Tongersestraat. It is characterised mainly by the spontaneous, easy-going atmosphere, and is divided into two floors, separated by the open kitchen. On sunny late-summer days, you can dine on the pleasant outdoor café terrace, right opposite the Jan van Eijck Academy of Art.

Restaurant Mes Amis
Mes Amis is to be found in a historic building on Tongersestraat, near the Vrijthof square. The cuisine is French-Dutch, and the hostess – a wine expert – offers an exciting and varied wine list. The interior is rustic, warm and friendly.
Mestizo Latin Food
In the heart of the city, situated on Bredestraat leading from the Vrijthof square, Mestizo offers a tasty combination of Spanish, Caribbean and light Mexican cuisine.
Café Sjiek
Although the name may give the impression of a distinguished, ‘chic’ establishment, Café Sjiek is an easy-going café-pub, where you can enjoy ‘sjiek’ dishes and ‘sjiek’ wines … ‘sjiek’ (pronounced ‘chic’) being Maastricht dialect for ‘great.’ The menu consists mainly of traditional Limburg dishes, ‘the way grandmother used to make them,’ and French regional dishes. Next door to the café is the ‘Sjieke Winkel’ (‘Chic’ Shop), with a variety of ‘culinary goodies’: home-made delicacies and titbits from the kitchens of Café Sjiek, fine wines and olive oil from the barrel; in short, everything connected with delicious food.
Eetkamer de Bissjob
The ‘Eetkamer’ (dining room) exudes the atmosphere of pure indulgence. Clarity and simplicity are the key words here. Culinary surprises, full of inviting flavours, prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients.
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