We popped in here for a drink shortly before leaving on the train last year after a day trip to Brugge (from Brussels). We loved the rusticness and the ambience of it then, and the fact it seemed to be more of a locals place than full of tourists (like us!). This time round we chose to eat here one evening and weren't disappointed. The food isn't gourmet, but is good quality, tasty and accompanied by a decent wine list. The service is great with all of the staff very friendly and happy to explain the menu. As a veggie in a city that just doesn't 'do' vegetarianism very well, I was delighted to discover four veggie options on the menu, even if one was the unimaginative goats cheese salad that most Brugge restaurants seem to offer as their only veggie option! We had a main course each, a bottle of red wine between us and a coffee each, which all came in at about 45 Euros plus a tip - very reasonable compared to what we paid on other nights. I'd definitely come back.
The only note of caution would be the stairs to the tables upstairs and also to the toilets for the diners sitting downstairs - steep and not well lit, not ideal for the less mobile or anyone who has enjoyed three beers too many.
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