Make this a must-do if you're in Brussels for a short time. Everything about the place is "traditional." Waiters seem like they've been there for decades, and are helpful and nice, but a bit on the brusque side, as you'd expect them to be. Don't go for a big meal, but a snack and a drink, and you'll enjoy the atmosphere as much as what you order. Beer drinkers, try the "gueze," which tastes a bit like cider, but is a cloudy, unfiltered Belgian specialty, and the cherry kriek, which is delicious and a Mort Subite specialty (sold in bottles all over Belgium and beyond).
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