June 17, 2011

Pepermolen en De Goedendag, restaurants of Lissewege

Impossible to leave Lissewege without talking about some of its well known restaurants. One of the great pleasures for many tourists at the Belgian coast is to travel a very short distance inland to the wonderful little towns also known for their exquisite cuisine. 
The Lissewege restaurants are often run as a family business.  Several restaurants are worth a special trip. I took a photo of de Pepermolen (the Pepper Mill) and had the pleasure of trying out de Goedendag (the Good Day), a charming restaurant in an 18th century farm restored with knowledge and good taste. Chef Luc De Winter owns and runs this treasure together with two daughters.


  1. De Goedendag is really good.
    For those who want to have excellent food (but much more expensive): Danny Horseele, just out of the village... 2 stars Michelin.

  2. It looks delightful and I am hoping that they serve moules-frites?

    Bon weekend, mon amie!

  3. It does indeed look delightful! Wish I was there!! Have a wonderful weekend!


  4. Very charming and I loved the stepped roofline. What do you order?

  5. Mis à part la Carbonade Flamande, je ne connais pas trop la cuisine belge...


  6. Jeroen, ik zal dat op mijn wishlist schrijven.

    Genie and Virginia, they serve so many wonderful things. By taking the market menu, you can not go wrong and you get surprised ..

    Sylvia, we are waiting for you !

    Pierre, un monde à découvrir.. vraiment..ca vaut la peine de faire un petit détour et de monter Nord.

  7. What quaint and inviting places. Well captured.

    Darryl and Ruth : )