Take a corner place, put large glass panels in the place of three of its four walls, decorate it like a pub with nice theatre spot lights on the ceiling, let some great music to play distinctively and you have a lively, cozy and youthful place where you can have a good meal or drink a beer (or both).
The whole space may be a little confined and the tables are close to each other but this is a part of the character of this cute little gastropub.
The food was excellent: my wife had the lamb meatballs with beer sauce and creamy goat cheese potatoes which was terrific (maybe a liitle less nutmeg please...). I took a typical Choucroute (sausages, potatoes & sauerkraut Alsacian style) which would make real Alsacians to reconsider their cooking. Good sausages, sauerkraut, nice strong mustard and wonderfully roasted potatoes was the simple secret of success. The portions were hearty.
The beer list is enormous and a liitle help would be acceptable (which we hadn't). The famous Belgian beers (Trappist beers) are particularly honoured here.
If you like to have a good meal, a good cold beer and listen to good music, then this is what you are looking for.
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