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We called into the Pub unexpectedly in the early evening on a recent trip to Flanders and received first class treatment. The two vegetarians in our party of five people and our four year old declared the food was really good despite the fact that...More
The owners of this little place are very good for advice and knowledge, they have a nice cafe menu where all choices are available at local prices rather than tourist prices.
Go there, it is important for them to offer you a little advice where...More
Recommended by a pal who is now in his eighties and a member of The Western Front Association, we called in for lunch and a drink during a 70km tour of some of the WW1 sites.
A friendly welcome,a window table and for a place...More
Kristine the owner opened up especially for us on Wednesday (normally closed) which was very kind of her. As a group of 16, having visited Tyne Cot and the battlefields around Passchendaele, we were grateful for a good lunch and a few "Passchendaele beers" She...More
From the moment we walked in we were treated like regulars , very warm welcome , a great place to visit , the owner sat with us and was very knowledgeable about the tragedy that was the Passendale offensive.
We stopped here for refreshments and ended up having lunch and sangria! The landlord is very knowledgeable about local history especially the First World War and showed us photos of the area during the conflict. He was really interesting! Inside a number of artefacts are...More