Restaurants that open on Sundays

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Luxembourg has some beautiful restaurants for you to enjoy… unless it’s Sunday, that is! All too often, the doors are closed on the day of rest; luckily we’ve got a list of places to eat to save you from getting cabin fever- or having to spend the day in the kitchen!

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Mr. Wok

Mr. Wok, Hollerich area, is the perfect place if you’ve a tight budget and a big appetite on Sunday evening. They have a huge main room (no need to reserve here) and infinite choices of food at the all-you-can-eat buffet. Enjoy a selection of Chinese starters, main courses (noodles, fried chicken, Cantonese rice), fresh sushi and finish with cakes and ice-cream. Everything for 24.9 Euro (drinks not included)

Top Tip: Make sure you visit the the wok/grill area, where you can choose your raw ingredients and ask the chef to prepare them in front of you to your taste.


Bosso restaurant in the Grund has a lovely setting, decent service and various menu choices (including vegetarian) mainly from the Alsace region. The Flammekuchen are extremely tasty and main course portions are pretty big.

With starters between 4 and 10 Euro, flammekuchen for around 10 Euro and meat mains around 15 Euro, you can definitely have a nice and pleasant dinner without going bankrupt. Reservation recommended.

Top Tip: On a sunny Sunday, enjoy al-fresco dining on the terrace.



Franz is young and dynamic! You’ll find about anything you crave at Franz. On Sunday enjoy their mouthwatering brunch or sip a cocktail and people watch on its ever-sunny terrace in Royal-Hamilius.

Top Tip: Try the lemonade…it’s freshly squeezed and quite frankly the best lemonade we’ve EVER tasted! 

Le Bec Fin

With or without kids, this is by far one of the best brunches in town! The food is fresh and delicious, and the prices are incredibly reasonable. There is also a kids club that is out of this world!

Top Tip: For 20 Euros more you can have all the champagne, wine or beer you want! 


Bella Napoli

Located in the main gare area, Bella Napoli is quite an institution with its delicious tiny-crust pizzas with Italian toppings. The location is always packed – and a bit noisy.

Top Tip: Come when you need quick, informal dining – the service is fast. Also great for families; the server normally takes the kids to pick out some free ice cream after the meal!

Mama Loves You

Mama loves you is a trendy pizzeria (also boasting some great burgers) – down Rue de Hollerich. The setting is very modern with great attention to detail, even if the gap between tables might be a bit small.

Top Tip: What makes this place special is its variety of unusual pizza toppings – try the nduja (spicy Italian sausage) and bufala. Read City Savvy’s full review. 


Matese is a typical, slightly old-fashioned, neighbourhood restaurant in Bonnevoie and is always packed over week-ends. They offer informal, friendly service and a huge choice of dishes from yummy carpaccio to amazing pizza – one of my favourite in town.

Top Tip: Take visitors here for a family dinner experience (without having to cook)!

La Torre

La Torre is located in Limpertsberg and has a typical Italian atmosphere. Pizza is thick and prepared with fresh ingredients from Italy. Sundays are always busy, so you better call in advance to secure your place.

Top Tip: The parma ham pizza is one of the best ones in Luxembourg; expect to pay 20 Euros for it though! On a nice day, enjoy their large terrace (which is across from a park in case you with kids).


Beim Siggy

With the best view in town, Beim Siggy, in Clausen, is definitely more than a simple brasserie. Courses are beautifully presented, tasty and the wine list is good. Lovely service and affordable bill are the ingredients to complete your night.

Top Tip: Take the one you want to impress here for a first date



It must be said that most of the Indian restaurants in town are working on Sundays. Tibet, located near Zitha Clinik in the Gare area, is one of my favourites, because it offers not only traditional Indian dishes, but also Tibetan ones. A pinch of the exotic in cosy Luxembourg!

Top Tip: The décor is colourful and the staff always kind and smiling, so this is a great place to go to when you’re feeling down or to end your weekend on a happy note.

Taverne Yamas

(open on Sunday from 12 to 4 without interruptions)

This lovely and noisy Greek restaurant in Bonnevoie welcomes you with informal service, big and tasty dishes and authentic ingredients. Bring lots of friends and a party attitude.

Top Tip: Go on a bank holiday weekend – you might think the day is still Sunday!

Ginko Sushi

These guys live to try out new and innovative sushi combinations. We were hesitant to try sushi topped with strawberries but it blew our socks off!

Top Tip: Best crab tempura roll in town and the ananas duck roll made our taste buds sing. Plus there is a huge parking lot in back- and who doesn’t love FREE and EASY parking?



Located in Beggen, Sapori offers traditional, refined, Italian cuisine prepared with seasonal ingredients. The design of the restaurant is elegant and minimal, whilst service is proactive and dishes great – especially those with meat. The wine list is one of the best I have seen in town; as a result the bill adds up quite fast, but it is definitely worth it.

Top Tip: Come here for that special celebration that deserves a great bottle


Even if Clausen is a bit silent on Sundays, Ikki’s doors are very much open. You can start with a drink at the ground floor and move to the trendy restaurant. The menu includes both traditional international dishes and a great sushi choice. Service is good.

Top Tip: Keep the weekend party mood going a bit longer and join the bar downstairs for the last dance of the week.

 Also recommended:

Hitch– delicious burgers, pizzas, pastas and salad for a relaxed Sunday
Le Bistro– In the atmosphere of a real Parisian brasserie, you can enjoy traditional French, Luxembourgish and Italian cuisine. If the weather is nice be sure to take advantage of the beautiful terrace.
Nova Osada– family-run Polish restaurant with wonderful food in a nice atmosphere (great for a nice Sunday lunch with family)
Taj Mahal – fresh Indian food with super lovely service
Brasserie Le Pless – splash out on a great meal at this refined restaurant in the Hôtel Le Place d’Armes
La Veranda – huge portions of outstanding quality
Brasserie Côté Cour – enjoy high gastronomic delights in the fairy-tale atmosphere of Chateau de Bourglinster
Pavillon Desom – fine wines and a select menu with a view of the river
Ambrosia – cozy Greek restaurant with great service
L’Osteria – fabulous fish dishes at this quiet Italian


Photo: Jay Wennington/Unsplash

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