Herve is a Walloon municipality of Belgium in Province of Liège. On January 1, 2006 Herve had a total population of 16,772. The total area is 56.84 square kilometres (21.95 sq mi) which gives a population density of 295 inhabitants per km².
Things to do in Herve
4.5 based on 240 reviews
This is like walking into a typical small French restaurant. The choice of dishes is small, 4 starters, 4 main courses and three desserts plus cheese. Everything was good, my husband had the cassoulet and I had the duck confit. The sorbet with calvados was delicious. Our bill was just under 70 euros and we had half a litre of water, two carvas and one glass of wine with our meal. I just had a main course but my husband had a three course meal, I just tasted everything.
The place is small and the owner had to send away a few people when we were there (Tuesday evening) so make sure you book in advance. It is not openend late.
4.5 based on 228 reviews
A bit out of town, but really well worth the journey!
Creativity, taste, beauty, surprise, these all words to describe that cooking.
The journey you will follow will be classical, atypical, new... a real treat!
The chef is young, friendly and likes to please others... you can feel it in his plates.
This address is to be discovered!
4.5 based on 337 reviews
Six course tapas menu for 27 Euro - great deal. First course - foie gras hamburger with semi sundried tomato and ham. Second course - pastilla of cheese and capsicum compote. Third - prawns with chorizo. Fourth - fish with olive paste and tomato and onion relish. Fifth - marinated chicken with balsamic and roquette. Final - honey dew melon dessert. Normally we are not a fan of honey dew melon but this dessert was perfect!
Owner/waiter (Badoc Ron Ron) was great - funny, spoke more english than we spoke french and recommended a great wine to accompany our meal. Definately a highlight of our stay in Liege.
4.5 based on 135 reviews
Open for breakfast Tuesday to Friday, for lunch Tuesday to Saturday and for dinner Friday and Saturday (from 18h00, perfect if you go to the movies or a show afterwards). Closed Mondays, Sundays and public holidays.<br>Two sisters, Rosa and Maria, will take you to a real trip to Italy while staying in Belgium !
It is small so make sure to reserve. Always tried it at lunch time, and always been very happy with meal.
4.5 based on 230 reviews
This is the best Bulgarian restaurant out of Bulgaria for sure. I must say that it can compete with the best restaurants IN Bulgaria as well. The food is as good as my grandma's food and the service is excellent!! I'll come back tomorrow and the day after and every time I visit Liege.
4.5 based on 198 reviews
13 dishes + wine for about 100€ pp., in a clean, quiet place.
But 13 incredible dishes, with unique tastes and audacious mariages, all presented in an elegant, well-thought way. This is not just a lunch, it is an experience.
Service is perfectly timed, 2 hours for the 13 dishes. Amount of food is well thought, too : you eat very well, but not too much - not starving like you could in some high gastronomy places.
The chef choses fresh, local products to enhanced his meals.
Wine is perfectly chosen.
Staff is smiling, yet reserved.
The restaurant is lost in some old small village, about 20mins far from the nearest highway.
Advice : if you want a quiet place, prefer lunch during week days. If you're looking for a friday evening... make your reservation soon enough !
4.5 based on 220 reviews
We had a 3 kinds of meat Fondo (beef, chicken and duck) it came with salad, backed potatoes with cheese and sauces, the food was perfect, amazing service, the servers are trying to help as much as possible, loved the place, definitely will come again when in Liege
4.5 based on 197 reviews
Not the best Greek restaurant in Liège but a good one anyway. It tasty and the service is okay. Come for diners on Fridays and Saturdays and they will break plates in front of you. No kidding, it's for the show ;-)
4.5 based on 153 reviews
The neighbourhood has seen better days. The rue Roture is a very narrow pedestrian street, with a few restaurants in it, very quaint and I'm sure, very authentic (as is the restaurant).
The concept, as some have explained before me, is a very large open coal fire. The tables have square holes in them, to fit square buckets that are filled with coal from the open fire. Thus you can barbecue at your own table. The unfortunate consequence of this concept is that it gets very hot in there.
As to what really matters: the food. For starters, I had the best Toast Champignons I have ever tasted in my life. The meat (main course) is high quality and succulent, very good sauce.
Why then did I rate ths restaurant as "Very good" instead olf "Excellent"? it was the desserts that did it: they are absolutely not up to par with the rest of the meal. My wife had profiteroles with chocolate sauce that came out of a bottle, and I had Glace au Speculoos that should have been described as Glace à la Cannelle (Cinnamon Ice cream).. Pity, and needs work.
As to the bill, that was very friendly indeed. Excluding the bottle of wine, we spent only EUR 80 on what was, overall, a great meal.
4.5 based on 259 reviews
What a perfect Italian restaurant. Small, cosy, centrally located with a chef who explains and adapts the menu to your wishes. Recommend the Penne Arabbiata with chili & meatballs. Thank you for a wonderful experience.
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