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Die besten Bäckereien in Antwerpen

Spirituosengeschäft
“The absolute closest supermarket. Mind you, as it is a Carrefour-Express (a small version of the Carrefour, prices are considerably higher). Good in case of a last minute solution. Open on Sundays.”
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Bäckerei
“Two minutes walking from the apartment, open on all days including Sunday until 20:00. ”
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Konditorei
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Bäckerei
“Een belevenis om deze bakkerij en pattiserie te bezoeken, in Brasschaat zelf. Een kopje koffie is gratis.”
1 Einheimischer empfiehlt
Bäckerei
“one of the best bakeries in the neighbourhood, they serve high quality croissants and a baguette as in France. If you like you can enjoy your pastry with a good cup of coffee. ”
3 Einheimische empfehlen
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“Nothing special, just the best bakery in the neighborhood. Opening hours vary, check website (http://www.bakkerij-vanbogaert.be/home/)”
3 Einheimische empfehlen
Bäckerei
“Best bakery in the neigbourhood. We go there every sunday to buy tipical Belgian sandwiches and sweets.”
3 Einheimische empfehlen
Bäckerei
“Did you know Antwerp is called the 'Koekestad', which literally means Cookiecity? This tiny little bakery is known for it's delicious handmade biscuits, in particular what we call 'Antwerpse handjes', a butter/almond cookie shaped in the form of a hand, a tradition that only a few certified bakers are entitled to. Our Antwerp Hands are one of the most known regional products from Antwerp. The name of these little treats refers to a folk tale about how the city got its name. According to legend, a giant called Druon Antigoon exacted a heavy toll from any seafarer crossing the river Schelde in Antwerp. If the sailors refused to pay, Antigoon mercilessly chopped off one of their hands. A brave Roman soldier called Silvius Brabo battled and killed the giant. He then chopped off the giant's hand and threw it in the Schelde. This is how the Dutch term 'hand werpen' (throw a hand) eventually became 'Antwerpen' (Antwerp). And why a hand became the symbol of the city. Tip: don't buy too many cookies, they don't come cheap..”
3 Einheimische empfehlen
Bäckerei
“Only 150m from the house, just go straight on and cross the square. Don't go left or right, just cross it and walk in between the two building parts. You will see Carrefour Market.”
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Bäckerei
“Very nice breakfast and lunch adress with bagels, smoothies and coffee next to the MAS. ”
3 Einheimische empfehlen