It's easy to be enthusiastic about this bistro: the interior is charming (heavy woodwork, large clocks extending out, each from a different part of the world) and the food and drink are what you'd expect in an outstanding Belgian bistro. The Belgian beer list is extremely generous and wide-ranging (I had a Petrus Red, and Beck is the first place I've been that had this great ale on tap). The moules (prepared in a variety of sauces) and frites are the best I've had outside of Belgium (and better than most I've had in Belgium). The fish is beautifully prepared--excellent cuts grilled simply but perfectly. There were six of us, and we started out on the patio, since it was a beautiful evening, but everyone else was out there too, and it was too noisy to talk at anything quieter than a shout, so we asked to be moved inside. The staff was super-friendly and set up a table for six in a secluded and serene corner of the bistro, where we had a long and lovely evening, topped with sharing a delicious dessert.
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