The food was yummy and the sabayon amazing, loved it. a little upmarket but very worth it. steak perfectly cooked
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My friends and I ate and drank in the restaurant area.They had two vegetarian options, lasagne and another pasta dish. I went for the latter and it was excellent. My friends had Belgian dishes and enjoyed them very much. A good and reasonably priced beer...More
This place has both a large interior dining area and a nice quiet courtyard. A good selection of beer. Not a huge menu but everyone found something to eat and enjoyed it! I am not sure how often the menu changes but there was good...More
Our best meal in a 2 week Northern Europe vacation. Excellent herring and shrimp scampi appetizers, followed by excellent seafood salad. Fresh bread and beer. Wait staff spoke English.
This old cafe/restaurant has stood the test of time and has been operating for decades out of a house in the Reyndersstraat. It is a historical monument/building dating back to the 15th century (initially used as a monastery) which has been mostly preserved although it...More
This is a peaceful and quiet place in a wonderful historical building. We came here for a drink after dinner in another restaurant. The terrace is great in the evenings. Wide selection of beverages. Classical music.
We stopped here for lunch while visiting Antwerp. The service is fast and friendly with menu's in several languages including English. It's very Flemish with a lot of local dishes. The bread you get with the meal is very good! We recommend the rabbit stew....More