France is famously known for its gastronomy and Hauts-de-France is no exception. Enriched by Flemish influences in the north, local cuisine is as generous as the locals. Don’t miss out the Flemish beef stew or the famous mussles and fries served with a local beer.
If you are more of a sweet tooth, you’ve got to try Lille’s merveilleux and Amiens’ macaron.
What about cheese and wine you may ask? Hauts-de-France has many delicious local cheeses – The most famous being the tasty Maroilles. And as for wine, did you know Hauts-de-France produces Champagne? Well, now you do.
For tips about local gastronomy and the best places to experience it, ask our friendly locals!