Petit Bonheur


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Petit Bonheur

Just 200 metres from Vrijthof square and Onze Lieve Vrouweplein square, it’s one of the Jeker quarter’s best-kept secrets. Petit Bonheur is a little piece of France, serving extended dinners in the interior courtyard all year long. The kitchen serves Italian and French dishes based on fresh, seasonal products.


If you love food, you won't be bored in Maastricht, because you'll find at least one restaurant for just about every type of cuisine here. From Mediterranean classics, to Asian specialities, to the delights you'll only find here; and from Michelin-starred restaurants to wine bars to good old-fashioned pubs, Maastricht has it all. The countless restaurants offer hospitality and quality for every budget. You will find Maastricht's restaurateurs eager to showcase local products, not only in traditional local dishes, but in exciting and original "world cuisine" combinations. And don't miss the chance to visit some of the many unique dining opportunities in castles, estates, vaulted cellars, warehouses, and churches. Culinary highlights abound throughout the city. Chef Hans van Wolde of Beluga Loves You has retained his two Michelin stars for another year, and the guide has also heralded Château Neercanne and Tout à Fait as "très bonne cuisine" with one star each.