So, went there recently as it had been highly recommended. A nice feel about the place: good ambience and atmosphere. Given the menu and it had a wide range of what was Thai and also, I think, Vietnamese dishes. I was tempted to have a Tom Thit (true!) but opted for a Fanny instead. Both are names on the menu and I have a photograph to prove it! The Fanny was a selection of many separate dishes. A delicious soup to start then lots of other lovely food: spring rolls, dips, chicken, prawn and duck and beef all with a generous portion of boiled rice. One note of caution, however. On receiving the bill, we had been charged for two bottles of water (six Euros) when we'd had only one. They removed the extra charge without difficulty but I was a little irritated and wondered how often this little 'mistake' is made. As ever in Belgium, do try the very strong beers 7-8 ABV which washes a good 'Ruby' down with aplomb. And 'Ruby' is rhyming slang which is mentioned elsewhere in this review. And in case you don't know, a Ruby is a curry after a singer we never knew called Ruby Murray!
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