We visited the Bij den Borer in a warm late summer Monday evening and overall we had a good experience, although not exceptional. We arrived at about 7.30 without reservation and we took one of the last two or three table available in the small terrace of the restaurant in the place Sainte Catherine. The terrace is composed of approx 8 tables, covered by tension umbrella and fenced with glass and wood. Given the space available the tables are probably to many.
Food is good, well prepared and tasty. Wine, our choice was a Cava, is overpriced (more than 40 Euro) and worth probably less than a forth. Desert also was not exceptional, tarte tatin not cameralized at all.
Try harder because the location is worth on sunny summer evenings.
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