Like others, we happened upon this place after being turned away from Amadeus 1. Although busy, it was only a 15 minute wait until a table opened up. The inside of the restaurant is quaint/old fashioned with lots of old paintings and antique style radiators. My only complaint was that ona cold December night it was actually too hot for me in woollen Winter gear.
We had the all you can eat ribs which are currently priced at 17 Euros. Like most eateries in Belgium there's a good choice of beer which works best with ribs. The ribs come with various sauces which, to be honest, were very average choices - however their homemade BBQ sauce that gets passed round in large bottles is lovely. Beware though! I assumed it would be thick like ketchup, shook the bottle and ended up splattering it all over the place as it's quite fluid.
The ribs were succulent, came with a large bowl of fries to share and a bit of a salad. We were almost to the end of our rack when a waitress materialised with a platter offering more.
Obviously ribs and fries aren't a gastronomic Odessey, but on a cold Winter's night a belly full of well cooked ribs and draft Belgium beer for under 50 euros for 2 people ticks all the right boxes.
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