Here are five of the most delicious ones we've found, and some we even tried for ourselves when our team went to Belgium last year.
Moules-frites. AKA a pot of cooked or steamed mussels and fries, sometimes referred to as Belgium's national dish.
Waterzooi. A dish originating from Ghent, this stew is usually made with fish (or sometimes chicken for Kippenwaterzooi), cream, vegetable stock, and veggies & herbs
Carbonnade flamande. Another stew made with beef, beer and served with bread or fries & mustard.
Lapin à la gueuze. This dish is made with rabbit and the deliciously tart and funky gueuze that is a favorite of Belgian beer fans.
Filet Américain. For a more adventurous eater, or someone who really likes steak tartare, Filet American is raw ground beef, served on a roll or on its own.
Bonus: Enjoy this recipe for Saison Rue Beer Chicken by our own belgian friend of Belgian Beer Geek!