Went there to drink a few beers. They had, unknown to us, a craft beer of the region called "Airborne", served in a helmet. Inside they are lots of references and items related to the 2nd WW.
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Despite the appalling grammar in the title, when in Bastogne on a battlefield tour where else could we go? We had a limited time for lunch and got just what we wanted, good reasonably priced food, good beer and in timely fashion.
While in Bastogne as part of a Beyond Band of Brothers Tour, we visited Le Nuts one evening. It's all about the 101st Airborne, and when General Anthony Clement "Nuts" McAuliffe was presented an offer by the Germans to surrender his forces. His legendary reply...More
Unless you smoke, dont try this restaurant. Disappointing and decided to leave due to smell. Sorry but true. Hoped it would be better after reading about it.
Sir, It is prohibited to smoke in my restaurant, however in Belgium, it is allowed to smoke on the terrace and with my opened doors... 😁 Guillaume SEGALAS Le Nut's manager.
Went there for the "traditional" Nuts beer out of a porcelain helmet. Was alright with friends. Didn't eat anything but seemed to be a nice place to stop by for a drink.
I didn't see the name until after I sat down. The sun was out and I could see locals sitting enjoying food and beer. I thought the people were very nice. Met a Belgium man out enjoying a motorcycle ride. A guy who had served...More
We had an absolutely amazing meal here. It was just burgers but boy were they nice! This was over the busy Nuts weekend and the place was heaving with people all of whom were looked after well by the staff.
We came for the Band of brothers reunion weekend -What an amazing bar full of WWII memorabilia and a great atmosphere .My friends drank airborne special ale out of helmets whilst the actors mingled among us fabulous staff and I'll be back very soon
We came in late and many places were closed however LeNuts stayed open for up and treated us with good food and service.