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In a 16th century building hidden away at the end of a tiny cobbled courtyard, the Barbue d’Anvers is as much as institution for the locals as the lucky visitors who find it. It’s an estaminet – the Flemish word for a tavern, an absolute...More
Seven of us from my french class went to Lille and we went to the Barbue d'Anvers for dinner.
This is in the centre of the tourist area down in the basement so mind the steps. It has subdued lighting so it was hard to...More
Typical regional dishes of rustic food served in a traditional way. The restaurant is very special “ hidden” place in a backyard but entering through the doors opens up a very cozy and special atmosphere. Prices ok. Service good.
This restaurant is very typical : great estaminet decoration and local food well prepared ... we just had the worst booking experience ever... we wanted to book a table in the coming days to show our friends the typical chti place so we passed by...More
This restaurant is through a small courtyard in a side street only metres from the main square so the location is central and around 10 minutes to walk from the international train station.
The main dining room is upstairs although there is some seating downstairs...More
This restaurant sits in a sort of building backyard, preceded by two others more economical places I'd say (judging from what it was served), so it was found almost because of a chance and - at the net of my experience - I wish I...More
I was on a business dinner with a group. Our French host made a reservation and helped us to order traditional french food. I had a 3 course menu and it was very tasty. I liked how the food was presented and the wine selection...More