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Posted by Anonymous on 03/01/2009
From the ale to the endive salad to the moulles, frittes, and warm apple fritters, the meal was a delight from beginning to end. Service was excellent, and the atmosphere was perfect. More than pleasantly surprised by the quiet noise level, considering the narrow (but uncramped) space.
Posted by Jennifer on 02/28/2009
Husband and I went there for one of our few nights out (grandparents flew in so watching our toddler). We were excited to try the great Belgian beers and hearty food. We were seated at a table for two and seconds after settling in, the aloof and unfriendly waitress asked for our order. When we told her we needed a little time, she soon came back and asked if she could take drink orders, which we were glad to give. One minute later she was back for our food order and we told her we would like time to drink our beers first (the beers are supposed to be part of the appeal of the restaurant). She acted like we had four heads and glared at us the whole time we drank them. Instead of eating there, we picked up and left. I have rarely felt so uncomfortable. We went to Celeste instead where despite it being super-crowded, we felt welcomed and appreciated.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/13/2009
If you're expecting real Belgian food, this is the place. Low on attitude, high on service and authenticity. They even have the original Belgian fryer spaceship to make french fries and bitterballen, just like in Brussels.
Posted by uws convenience on 02/06/2009
my husband & i have sat at the quaint bar for leffe brown on several occasions (the only place besides markt in the city that we know has this delicious beer). of course there are at least 40 other belgian beers to choose from...be warned it is freezing cold at the bar in winter. we have had the mariniere moule frites and the fish & chips-both were delicious and very generous portions.