When visiting Ghent one should try some specialties! You can find the best stew of the city - Gentse stoverij - at the Saint Bavo Cathedral, in Brasserie Bridge. But also in Het Paradijs - on the Veerleplein – they make a great one, based on the famous Gulden Draak beer. For the best waterzooi - that other local specialty - you better book a table at 't Vosken. Want more options? Then go to the oldest neighborhood of the city, named Patershol, because of the large selection of decent to excellent restaurants. Lovers of exotic cuisine can go to the Indonesian Gado Gado. Meat lovers go to 't Klaverblad or go for ribs as much 'as you can eat' in Amadeus. Fans of Italian cuisine have a choice between Barbaro, Il Cortile & In Bocca Lupo. But in Patershol you can also go for something more, a culinary orgasm if wanted. Roots and Karel De Stoute, two absolute food champs with excellent dishes and service are also located in this picturesque neigbourhood. Are you more into international food? Than the nearby Oudburg is the place to be. Besides Turkish & Sushi restaurants, you will also find Morrocan, Indian and American cuisine. Prince is a trendy place where you can go for food sharing. Do you just want to eat some fries? Then visit Bart & Annick, in Frituur de Kraanlei. Enjoy!