First of all it's a really nice atmosphere. The food is really good and worth the price. The service is really good, food took kinda long but it was worth waiting for. They offer a lot of different beers! Always worth a visit
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Our best meal in a 2 week Northern Europe vacation. Excellent herring and shrimp scampi appetizers, followed by excellent seafood salad. Fresh bread and beer. Wait staff spoke English.
This old cafe/restaurant has stood the test of time and has been operating for decades out of a house in the Reyndersstraat. It is a historical monument/building dating back to the 15th century (initially used as a monastery) which has been mostly preserved although it...More
This is a peaceful and quiet place in a wonderful historical building. We came here for a drink after dinner in another restaurant. The terrace is great in the evenings. Wide selection of beverages. Classical music.
We stopped here for lunch while visiting Antwerp. The service is fast and friendly with menu's in several languages including English. It's very Flemish with a lot of local dishes. The bread you get with the meal is very good! We recommend the rabbit stew....More
We had a great (and very filling) dinner for two, also the selection of beers is excellent and the house red wasn't at all bad. De Groot is never going to win any michelin stars but it's authentic homley flemish fare is reasonable, well cooked...More
We had a nice and relaxed dinner, the staff was friendly and welcoming. The atmosphere was cosy: csrefully preserved authentic interior with quiet classical music at the background made this experience even more pleasant. The menu offered some international dishes as well as Belgian specialties:...More