I have eaten several times at this charming estaminet (a cross between a pub and a cafe)on the very top of Cassel hill, beside the windmill. You share scrubbed wooden tables with other diners, and eat traditional Flemish fare such as potjefleesch, carbonnade of beef, shredded pork - all served with chips. Big selection of local beers and fruit juices. Dishes not expensive. Delicious ices (violet, rose-petal, speculoos, to name but three flavours.) Fabulous views from windows and open-air terrace. Open fire or wood-burning stove in winter. Ceiling festooned with wicker baskets, enamel pots, jugs etc. Open Thurs-Sun, morning to evening.
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