We were ready to eat and got caught off guard by the charms of the aproned man outside and decided to go in. The menu is expensive. Cheapest wine is €29 and it's a bog standard Beaujolais Villages. Found the Belgian specialities on the back page which were less eye-wateringly pricey and chose those. The steak was good, the pork was good. No complaints with the food. The card machine was 'broken' and we had to go to a cashpoint to get enough cash to pay. Looking back on some old reviews their machine seems to be regularly out of order. Hmmm. This is an expensive tourist trap and you can do better at many places close by. Dinner for two cost €80. That's for a single course and a shared bottle. No entrees, no pud, no coffee. Nada.
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