I had my first Belgian dish in this restaurant, on my first night ever in Belgium. This restaurant was recommended by owners of the hostel I was staying in, both of them were locals. I came in on a Thursday night and there was no wait as there were many empty tables.
I was the only foreigner the whole night. Many grandma & grandpa came to this restaurant and looked like everyone knew each other!
The waiter was very friendly. Recommended me a few Belgian dishes and I went for the "Witloof" which was chicory root or endives cooked with ham and cheese and served with mashed potatoes. It was reasonably priced at €15.90. I was surprised that the portion was huge! This dish tasted good and was very cheesy. Would recommend for those looking for a restaurant frequented by locals.
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