Had a wonderful evening of good food, wine and conversation in this centralized location in this quaint town.
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We have visited 't Leetvermaak on several occasions and have always found the atmosphere very enjoyable. It is a bit like an English pub with food and good music. Tucked away down a side street, away from the main square, the bar is filled with...More
't Leetvermaak is one of those places that has it all: a friendly and problem-solving staff. If you go to 't Leetvermaak, you won't leave the table with hunger: you'll have a full belly and you'll enjoy every bite. I've been thinking about negative points...More
We were recommended this place as providing real Flanders food. I pity the locals if this is what they have to eat. The 'Prawn Roll' starter was some small prawns dipped (sprayed?) in batter. My main 'Coq au vin' tasted like it had been just...More
We were here on Wednesday night. It was very busy so asked before we ordered how long the wait for food would be - 10-30 mins depending on what you order. We ordered the food and after 40mins we queried where it was. We waited...More
Went here on a Tuesday evening as it had good TP reviews, was actually open and is in the backstreets. Fairly basic in decor, but the landlord was helpful translating his menus. Great choice of beer and equally great food. Locals drinking here which is...More
We ate in this local restaurant following a recommendation from our hostess, and liked it so much that we went back a second time. Cosy, friendly atmosphere, a wide range of dishes. Theatrical performances / cabaret on Thursday evenings.
Great restaurant with a good atmosphere, good selection of great tasting food with friendly staff, well worth searching out. We have eaten there several times and have been impressed each time.