A fairly down to earth place but none the worse for that. Both of us went for a Set Menu of typical Belgian dishes. In my case it was Cheese Croquettes, as Belgian as it comes, and Poteauflette. For those who don't know it this is a rich baked dish of potatoes, onions, cheese, beer and cream (just the job for testing out your Statin!) and, in this case, clearly assembled at the time.
Matron had a dish of mushrooms and garlic (the garlic lingered through the night!) followed by rabbit cooked in beer, which was very much to her taste. Desserts were fairly industrial but OK.
All was washed down with copious drafts of Chimay beer!
One slight caveat. We were there on a quiet, dank October evening, the kitchen is quite small and might be stretched at times in better weather when both restaurant and the tables outside are well populated.
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