Luxembourg City Restaurants

In the capital, as in the rest of the grand duchy, workers drop everything at noon and, jamming the streets, rush home to a leisurely hot meal, then rush back at 2, jamming the streets once more. Most restaurants offer a relatively speedy plat du jour for those who don't commute twice a day. Evening meals at home tend to be a cold supper of ham, sausage, dark bread, and cheese; the occasional meal out is usually a celebration, enjoyed at length. The Sunday noon meal is the most important of the week. Some Luxembourg restaurants are closed on Sunday and/or Monday, but country restaurants—some of the best and most enjoyable in the country, and never very far away—are booked with three-generation families, who spend the afternoon eating and drinking, then take a stroll, after which the men retire to the local pub.

Luxembourg City has a wide variety of restaurants, offering everything from top French cuisine to simple local specialties; you'll also find an assortment of international choices, a plethora of pizzerias, and for some reason, lots of Chinese restaurants. It's easy to find a fixed-price menu or plat du jour by wandering from restaurant to restaurant, but beware: the best places are often booked up at weekday lunchtime; if you know where you want to eat, phone ahead. Dress is casual unless otherwise indicated.

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  • 1. Bacchus

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    This Italian pizzeria attracts an upscale, downtown set as much for its location in the historic center and its slick peach-and-brass decor as for its...Read More

  • 2. Café Am Français

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    This Parisian-style café in the heart of the Place d'Armes serves French favorites, from onion soup to paté to pastries. The tuxedoed wait staff is...Read More

  • 3. Ems

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    Across the street from the train station, this lively establishment with vinyl booths draws a loyal local crowd. Many come for vast portions of mussels...Read More

  • 4. La Table du Pain

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    This working boulangerie-patisserie is decorated like a French country farmhouse, with pine tables to seat 2 or 20 and rustic sideboards lining the walls. Copious...Read More

  • 5. Le Sud

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    On the fourth floor of a former brewery, this top-class establishment stands above the brasher bars of Rives de Clausen that surround it. The open...Read More

  • 6. Namur

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  • 7. Palais de Chine

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    There are lots of theories as to why Luxembourg has so many Chinese restaurants, but there's little argument that Palais de Chine is one of...Read More

  • 8. Restaurant Arpège

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    A serene refuge near the busy train station, this quaint neighborhood spot is hidden on an easily missed side street. The menu changes every few...Read More

  • 9. Glacis by Wengé

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    A few minutes' walk north from the heart of the old town, this modern brasserie is worth seeking out for its top-notch French-Luxembourgish dishes with...Read More

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