Belgium/Flanders has 17,000 restaurants, so it a bit of a foodie capital. The high priests of Belgian cuisine have embraced the 21st-century avant-garde – after Luxembourg and Switzerland, the country can claim more Michelin stars per head than anywhere else in Europe. Usually, restaurants in Belgium are closed on Sundays evenings and Mondays with lunch served from 12 to 2:30 pm and dinner from 7:00 to 10:30 pm. You can expect delicious food such as Tomaat-garnall, a starter of grey shrimp in mayonnaise stuffed into a hollowed-out raw tomato.
The Belgium tourist board has a range of recommended restaurants to visit, check out http://www.visitbelgium.com/belgianbites/ for more information!