My wife and I really enjoyed this restaurant. Our meals were excellent and the Belgian ale selection was surprisingly broad. I opted for a flight of beer. Atmosphere inside was nice, felt kind of like an authentic pub. Our server was excellent and answered all of our questions on both the food and types of ale on tap. We ordered the frites as an appetizer and they were all right, but neither of us really thought they were anything extraordinary or that radically different from any other french fries you can order. My wife had the Stoemp Saucisse, which is a trio of sausage, with mashed potatoes, spinach and some grainy mustard. It was very good and tasted authentic (based on what we've had in Germany at least). I had the Carbonade Flamande, which is a Flemish beef stew slow cooked in dark ale, served with potatoes. Also very good! Give this place a try, you won't be sorry.
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