As it seems other did, we found this place just by chance as we were walking around. Neither of us is vegetarian, but we often try vegetarian restaurants just for a change of routine.
From the sign outside, prices seemed reasonable. The restaurant was serene, not at all filled, so the quiet permeated the atmosphere. Selections were limited, but we each made a different choice. The dinner was substantial and tasty, but nothing worthy of raving about. It certainly did not make us wish we were staying longer in Ghent just to return here for a second meal.
Like another reviewer, we asked for tap water, but was told that no restaurant in Ghent served tap water. True or false, I don't know. This could be a way of padding the bill. I know where I live in Budapest, many restaurants use the same line.
If I were vegetarian, I would check out other options before settling here. All that said, I have to say the young waitress had perfect English and was delightfully hospitable. The work needs to be with the kitchen staff.
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