The central cathedral has soaring Gothic vaults, a colourfully patterned ceiling and fine stained-glass windows. Its slickly presented...
Café Le Petit Bougnat
Wonderfully genuine local rustic café with rough floors, candles in bottles and the perfect terrace on Outremeuse’s sweetest square....
La Fondue Royale
Raclette, and 22 types of meat- or cheese-fondue are served in a half-timbered 14th-century house, one of over half-a-dozen appealing...
Musée Tchantchès information
Lonely Planet review
Outremeuse's rakish resident, Tchantchès, appeared one day between two stones in 760, in Charlamagne's reign. This folklore hero and city mascot refused to drink his mother's milk at birth, instead screaming for pékèt (local gin). Despite age he's still working, starring in puppet theatres. The Musée Tchantchès displays his costumes and other paraphernalia.