Culinary cuisine in Luxembourg.

Luxembourg’s culinary cuisine is characterized by French, German and Belgian influences. Typical dishes include 'Judd mat Gaardebounen', a bean and bacon stew, and 'Friture de la Moselle', fried Moselle fish. Luxembourg is also known for its wines, particularly Riesling and Crémant, a sparkling wine. There are many excellent restaurants in the country offering these and other local specialities.

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Judd mat Gaardebounen.

"Judd mat Gaardebounen" is a traditional dish from Luxembourg, consisting of beans and bacon. The beans are boiled in water and seasoned with bacon, onions, celery and bay leaves. Often served with mashed potatoes and sauerkraut, the dish is considered one of the country's national dishes. It is a popular winter meal and is often prepared for holidays and special occasions. It is also one of the dishes that can be found in many restaurants in Luxembourg.

Tasty Judd mat Gaardebounen in Luxembourg.

Friture de la Moselle.

"Friture de la Moselle" is a traditional Luxembourg dish made with fried Moselle fish. This dish is usually prepared with different types of fish such as zander, trout and carp, which come from the Moselle river in the east of the country. The fish are coated in flour and then fried in oil, served with mashed potatoes and a sauce similar to tartar sauce. It is a popular dish eaten especially in summer and spring and it is one of the traditional dishes that can be found in many restaurants and fish shops in Luxembourg.

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Delicious Friture de la Moselle in Luxembourg.

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"Kniddelen" is a traditional dish from Luxembourg consisting of potato dumplings. The potato dumplings are made from boiled and mashed potatoes, eggs and flour. They are often boiled in water or broth and then fried in butter or lard. Dumplings can be served as a side dish or as a main course, often with sauerkraut or onion sauce. Dumplings are one of the most popular and traditional dishes in Luxembourg and can be found in many restaurants and homes.

Delicious dumplings in Luxembourg.

Quetscheflued.

"Quetscheflued" is a traditional dessert from Luxembourg made from damsons, also known as plums. The plums are often baked in a batter of flour, butter and eggs, then flavored with sugar and cinnamon. It can also be served with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. It's a popular dessert eaten especially in the summer and fall when plums are in season. It is also one of the traditional desserts that you can find in many restaurants and cafes in Luxembourg.

Quetscheflued in Luxembourg.

Gromperekichelcher.

"Gromperekichelcher" are potato pancakes that are a popular and traditional dish in Luxembourg. They are made from mashed potatoes, eggs, flour and onions and then fried in oil or butter. Gromperekichelcher can be served as a side dish or as a main course, often stuffed with bacon, onions and cheese. It is a popular dish eaten in both restaurants and homes. It is often considered a simple and filling meal and it is also a typical dish that can be found at the weekly market in Luxembourg.

Gromperekichelcher in Luxembourg.

Huesenziwwi.

"Huesenziwwi" is a traditional dish from Luxembourg, consisting of chicken or pheasant and various vegetables such as carrots, celery and onions. It is often prepared in a broth or creamy sauce and is a popular winter meal. It is a typical dish that can be found in many restaurants in Luxembourg and it is often served on public holidays andprepared for special occasions. It is a very popular food among the locals and it is also a traditional dish that is passed down from generation to generation.

Delicious Huesenziwwi in Luxembourg.

Bouneschlupp.

"Bouneschlupp" is a traditional dish from Luxembourg, consisting of green beans and potatoes. The green beans are boiled in water and seasoned with onions, celery and bay leaves. The potatoes are often cut into small pieces and cooked along with the beans. Often served with bacon or sausage, it is considered one of the country's national dishes. It is a popular winter meal and is often prepared for holidays and special occasions. It is a typical dish that can be found in many restaurants in Luxembourg and it is also a traditional dish that is passed down from generation to generation.

Green beans used in Luxembourg for Bouneschlupp.

Wine.

Luxembourg is known for its wines, especially Riesling and Crémant. Riesling is one of the most widely grown grape varieties in the country and is often offered as a dry or semi-dry wine. Crémant de Luxembourg is a sparkling wine made in a similar way to champagne but made from local grapes such as Riesling, Pinot Blanc and Chardonnay. There are also other local wine varieties such as Pinot Noir, Elbling, Auxerrois and Müller-Thurgau. Luxembourg also has many vineyards and wineries that welcome visitors to taste and buy their wines.

Grapes from the wine region in Luxembourg.

Sweets.

Luxembourg has a rich tradition of sweets and desserts. Some well-known and popular sweets from Luxembourg are:

"Péche Mel": A caramelized fruit jelly, often in the form of small balls or discs, made with plums.
"Gâteaux Luxembourgeois": A type of cake often made with filled with chocolate, whipped cream and plums.
"Quetscheflued": A dessert made from plums, often served with whipped cream.
"Fée-s de la Forêt": A type of chocolate bar, which is often made in the shape of mushrooms and filled with nuts or fruit.
"Kachkeis": A type of ice cream, often made with milk and cream and available in a variety of flavors such as chocolate, Vanilla and strawberry are available.
There are also many candy shops and patisseries in Luxembourg that offer these and other local sweets. Some of these sweets are also typical gifts to take home as a souvenir of a visit to Luxembourg.

Péche Mel in Luxembourg.

Beer.

Luxembourg has a long tradition of brewing beer and is known for its different beers. Some well-known and popular types of beer from Luxembourg are:

"Bofferding": A Pilsener made by Brasserie Bofferding in Bascharage.
"Diekirch": A Pilsener made by Brasserie Simon in Diekirch.
"Mousel": A Pilsener made by Brasserie Mousel in Remich.
"Béierhaascht": A type of beer made with honey, made by Brasserie Simon in Diekirch.
Luxembourg also has one Number of breweries and beer gardens that welcome visitors to taste and buy their beers. There are also many bars and pubs in the country offering a wide variety of local and international beers. Luxembourgish beers are often of high quality and there are also a number of beer festivals and events taking place throughout the year.

Refreshing beer in Luxembourg.