Izegem is a municipality located in the Belgian province of West Flanders. The municipality comprises the city of Izegem proper and the towns of Emelgem and Kachtem. Emelgem was added to Izegem in 1965, Kachtem in 1977. Izegem itself lies on the southern banks of the Mandel, Emelgem and Kachtem on the north. Along the shores of the canal a large industrial zone has developed, which made the three municipalities one urban area. On January 1, 2006, Izegem had a total population of 26,544. The total area is 25.48 km (9.84 sq mi) which gives a population density of 1,042 inhabitants per km².
4 based on 93 reviews
In my opinion this is the best restaurant in town! The food is really good, the service was over my expectations, really friendly! The decoration is really nice! Everything was perfect! I am counting the days to go back an enjoy another delicious dinner!Thank you verry much! Not only the kitchen is important also the kindness of our team and decoration of the restaurant.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
This is a small restaurant and from what I can determine likely has one Seating per night. I do not speak Flemish (the rest of my party did) and the server was very accommodating with an English menu and she spoke English with me, Flemish with the rest of the group. The food was very tasty (I had the filet). Everyone in our party loved their meal, especially the scallops. The service was excellent and not rushed at all. It was a great meal and evening.
4 based on 90 reviews
Apparently when you come in greater groups than 5 or 6 the options are very few.
Starter tasted good and gave us high hopes for what was to come. Unfortunately the main dish was bland and just not enough. The dessert was better again to finish it all off, yet some tastes just didn't combine well.
There were 3 waitresses attending us; one was really friendly and helpful, one was clearly working with an aversion to her own job and another young woman seemed in such a bad mood, she felt the need to sigh with almost everything we asked and kept placing glasses or plates quite strongly onto the table (in no way a gentle manner or even acceptable comportment of serving people).
Besides this was overpriced for what it was, none of us were pleased with this group dinner. Luckily the atmosphere with our group saved the day, we laughed and had a great deal of fun.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
This restaurant is definately a special place where you can impress your guests to the best you can imagine. Food is absolutely sublime, the service is perfect, really it is something not to be missed. Well deserved Michelin-star ranking. Congrates to the complete team!
4 based on 76 reviews
Have been here 2 or 3 times. Everything is great, the service the environment, the food. Had great starter of crabmeat and cauliflower.
Then a first course of nice fish entree that was great presentation. The main course of wild duck and goose liver. You know it was wild because a few pellets from shotgun were in duck. Dessert was nice chocolates with ice cream. Great service too.
4.5 based on 322 reviews
3.5 based on 69 reviews
We went here with 2 couples. It is an italian restaurant which amkes their own pizza. They also do take-away.
Prices for pizza were quite high, varying from 10-12 euro which is quite expensive in my eyes. I took a pizza with spicy saucage, it was well topped, but slightly underdone.
The housewine was ok, but too expensive, 20 euro for a bottle !!!
The waitress was nice, but some more italian touch would be welcome in a italian restaurant. Also, when you put tagliatelle on the menu, please write it with an e at the end and not with an i.An Italian restaurant who can't spell italian words is, well... you can fill this in yourselves I think.
3.5 based on 39 reviews
Cut the crap!
This restaurant was mentioned for the first time in the Michelin guide with one couvert.
This is far to much! The interior is average, one big room, high ceiling, so terrible acoustics, much too noisy. Seating is like in a works canteen, a long row of tables, without privacy.We had a fixed menu, 42 € for appetizers, a soup, a main dish and a dessert. This (three course dinner) is more than i.e.in Villared, wich is of a much higher level. Service was extremely slow, this dinner took us 3 hours and a half! And the most important, quality of food was not great. If you want to eat Asian soup, basmati rice and wokked beef with vegetables, please go to the local take a way chinese and eat it at home, you will eat better, much quiter and a lot cheaper!
4.5 based on 115 reviews
This is a classic Flemish family restaurant in an old renovated bourgeois building in the center of Roeselare.
This is a very warm and welcome place where the chef and his staff are genuinely happy to see you.
They offer a menu of classic Flemish cuisine. I had my first (house-made) shrimp croquettes in ages and they were excellent. I had a clubsteak (cote à l’os) afterwards which was Belgian blue white beef (usually not my favourite) and there was definitely plenty of it.
Excellent wine menu available.
4.5 based on 134 reviews
A brilliant place to meet friends for a catch up or even for a quiet sit down after a busy day shopping. My favourites: the croques and of course the pancakes - but which one to choose? And then the teas - waw - so many to choose from and so beautifully presented. Go! You won't be disappointed!
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