In the middle of the Saint-Omer marshes lies an architectural gem where nature and city living come together in harmony. Close to Lille, Calais and Dunkirk, Saint-Omer provides the perfect compromise between a city and country break with breathtaking landscapes. Between your boat trips, hikes and horse rides, you will have to stop for some food. Saint-Omer’s best restaurants tend to offer local cuisine, giving you the chance to try traditional regional dishes such as Welsh rarebit, Flemish beef and onion stew, and ‘potjevleesch’ potted meat.
The cuisine of the North of France in Saint-Omer
Saint-Omer offers plenty of choices when it comes to eating out. Enjoy lunch or dinner in the heart of the city centre, in a restaurant overlooking the winding canals or the Hôtel Sandelin art museum. Or head out of town to take in incredible views of the ruins of St Bertin Abbey. Or treat yourself to a bistro experience featuring typical, inventive and seasonal Saint-Omer cuisine while enjoying panoramic views of the green countryside just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Lunch in the great outdoors
If it’s sunny, you can eat outside on a terrace at one of Saint-Omer’s many restaurants before escaping to the country at the Caps et Marais d'Opale Regional Nature Park. Why not take some local treats with you for a picnic in this magnificent natural setting? This is just one of the many unforgettable experiences that await at our restaurants in Saint-Omer.
(*) Average meal price calculated on the basis of starter and main course or main course and dessert, excluding drinks, menu and promotional offers. The average price is an estimate only, calculated according to the prices provided by the restaurant. Depending on the country, the average price may or may not include all taxes.
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