Had a great evening here with a group of 11. Staff extemely helpful, food great and building lovely!
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Fun, loud, large two storey restaurant with a menu filled with tons of seafood, lots of oysters, and interesting dishes including lamb, butcher’s cuts of beef and specials featuring seasonal vegetables, in our case, some delicious white asparagus. Food was good to very good, not...More
North Sea catch of the day was my choice for dinner. I choose the Price fix menu, with starter, main and dessert. Very boisterous crowd inside. Quiet outside. Food was very good, staff excellent!
Great place to go with a large group (we were in a party of ten on a Saturday night when the place was heaving). Hidden away in a side street in the historic centre of town, in a large converted warehouse with great cast iron...More
T Pakhuis is a very nice building (old warehouse) where you can eat the typical brasserie cuisine. The building itself is really worth seeing. The dishes they serve are always of a very good quality (with a lot of choice between meat, fisch and the...More
We loved this restaurant. Served by Axel who was an incredibly attentive waiter. The oysters are extraordinary, so many varieties and we had lobster, absolutely delicious. This restaurant is worth going to if you are in Ghent. Always busy apparently so book.
Reservations highly recommended in this hip, great location. Staff was friendly and knowledgeable with good recommendations. The warm goat cheese platter was a delicious starter. Portions were nice, not too much, not too little. We each had a steak and was done to perfection (bleu).
Very nice ambiance. We were on a 2 day visit in Ghent and were invites for lunch here. The dog was also welcome and the offeredva boel of water for him. Nice! The lunch menu offers a good choice and a mean of the day....More
The better mid-class restaurant. Reservation is necessary & ask for a table upstairs (less noise). Aim for a budget of € 35 à € 50 p.p. Price is in proportion to the quality.