http://chamber.lu/wps/portal/public/PetitionDetail?action=doPetitionDetail&id=674 . Very few restaurants in Luxembourg will give you a jug of water, alongside your other purchased drinks. Let's change this!https://www.wort.lu/en/politics/luxembourg-petition-when-will-tap-water-be-served-in-luxembourg-restaurants-572dbd72ac730ff4e7f600cc
After living a decade in California I became used to a very high quality of food for not that high price, so naturally after moving to Luxembourg it is quite disappointing to find that most restaurants (or brasseries) here seem to make half-hearted, oversized, low quality food. But recently I discovered a place where the chef uses only fresh ingredients, everything is made on the spot and with lots of love, and it doesn't have to break the bank! It is in Ettelbruck but definitely worth of the time getting there. If you love good food and want to make your taste buds very happy, visit a restaurant-brasserie Tschiderer. http://www.gastronomie.lu/restaurant/ettelbruck/details/restaurant-tschiderer/5501 Bon appétit!
i am looking to open a food business in luxembourg, however the HORECA lessons and examinations (which are essential to open such a business) are in French only. I only speak English. Does anybody know a way around this. I have contacted the ministry of commerce, however no one seems to have an answer. thanks
Hello there,I've just moved to Luxembourg-Ville, but I haven't found a job yet. (I've been searching before my departure already.) Which means I really have to spend my money wisely. You see, I love this country very much and I hope to stay here permanently.Can you give me ideas on where to shop cheap or where to eat if I want something warm instead of a simple sandwich? Shall I get warm food or cook for myself? Which way is cheaper?Thank you very much for your help and tips.Melinda
I've been tasked with arranging a Xmas dinner for my department at work. About 20 people, mixed English / French / Luxembourgish. Atmosphere more important than food (as long as it meets basic standards). In Kirchberg or city centre or Clausen/Grund.Maybe something like a old vaulted room in the historic area. Does anyone have any recommendations?
I am wondering if anyone is aware of a good place to buy a whole Thanksgiving turkey for a reasonable cost? The American Women's club is not supplying the this year. I went to a butcher and for an organic turkey it is 24€/kilo and for a non-organic turkey 15€/kilo! One expensive bird. I am guessing most butchers are charging something similar. Therefore, I am wondering if there are any other options anyone is aware of? Thanks!