We came across this pretty looking little restaurant on our way back to the city centre and our first impressions were good. The waitress handed us menus, sat us by the large window (it was a hot evening) and said if we wanted any help with the Flemish menu she would assist us.
We decided on a half chicken each with salad and chips, together with a glass of wine and a pepsi cola and sat back to wait. The service was not fast, but we were not in a hurry - our only problem was that customers were sitting directly outside the window smoking and we had to move our chairs about to avoid the fumes from the three cigarettes they managed to smoke in about half an hour!
The food when it arrived was not of the finest - the chicken was dark brown and highly salted and the meat was dry and hard to swallow. The salad consisted of of small amount of soggy lettuce, a quarter of less than fresh tomato and that was it. The chips were the skinny kind and not particularly warm.
We persisted however and decided on a sweet of ice cream and fresh fruit. The ice cream was lovely, the fruit was not. It had the tang and fizz of fruit just on the turn.
For this meal we paid 50.25 Euro.
Perhaps we caught the restaurant on a bad day, but we certainly did not head back there again.
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