Enjoy the buffet surrounded by the sumptuous decor under the giant candlesticks of the covered room (seating around 600 guests) or on the terrace (seating around 130) on the lake shore, offering breath-taking views.
- From 0 to 3 years : free
- From 4 to 11 years : 11.00€ (drinks and dessert buffet included)
- From 12 years on: 29,50 € (drinks and dessert buffet included)
Le temple des Délices
Formule: aziatische buffet
- Asian soups (recipes imported directly from China)
- Cold starters (salads,Scampi and Chinese specialities)
- Warm starters (cooked and steamed)
- Hot buffet
All these dishes are prepared under the supervision of our chef, E. Bigonville, who followed differend courses in China about asian food.
- From 0 to 3 years : free
- From 4 to 11 years : 15.00€
- From 12 years on: 29,50 €.
Rate: Discover our specials from 15,50€.
Traditional Belgian Cuisine
Reserve a space at the self-service restaurant, is now even more refined. We also have traditional Belgian cuisine available, including cooked meals, grilled meat and pasta. All recipes are prepared by Traiteur Paul.
Rate: Dishes from € 8.50
Rates: Sandwich from € 3.50 €.
Le Mersus Emergo
The Mersus Emergo
A haven where the foredeck does not only serve as a terrace, but also as a haven for young and old. After walking between the reptile vivariums,snakes, iguanas and crocodiles that have found shelter in Pairi Daiza thanks to the efforts of the Carapace association... after the emotion of the new 3D IN Mersus cinema hall and the elephants from the Okavango Delta ... before relaxing on the terrace in the area.
Rates: Starting at 3€50.
Rates: Starting at 2,40 €.
Only a few steps away from the African penguins and seals you will find 'Le Phare'.
This lighthouse is not only decorative. They also offer delicious salted and sugared pancakes.
Rates: Starting at 4 €.
Rates: Starting at 5.90 €
La Bière de Cambron
Labour, agriculture and related crafts still include bread and cheese production, and depending on the region and the climate, beer, wine and liquor. Trappist beers, currently totalling eight (6 Belgian, 1 French and 1 Dutch), are a separate matter all together.
The naming is strictly reserved for beers produced by monks of the Cistercian order, founded by St-Benoît ("Ora et Labora": pray and work). Artisan beers named after other abbeys or commissioned by religious brotherhoods that brew beer commercially can be called abbey beers. The authenticity and added value of a beer is obviously not dependent on the buildings, or of the selected basic ingredients, the brewing techniques and high fermentation.
The source waters of St Bernard is traditionally prized for its exceptional properties, the reconstruction of a traditional brewery was therefore obvious. The production process was technologically supported by Kaspar Schulz in 1677.
The Cambron abbey beer, brown and blonde, is produced in according with an ancient process by our master brewer, using the same basic ingredients and yeast as in the past, under the responsibility of the world renowned Hainaut brewery Dubuisson. Brewed as per the old recipe, within the walls of an authentic abbey, undoubtedly deserves to be called an abbey beer, if only for its undoubted terrific taste.