Restaurant ‘t Scheurvliet is not only a place to have lunch or dinner but also a place to just have a coffee or Belgian beer in the large garden. It is located next to one of the two churches in the village Beauvoorde. The building is actually the former presbytery. The dinner room is in a “rustic” style with wooden beams and a stone chimney. A pleasant place.
It was the second time we went over there to eat. This time I received a complementary invitation for my birthday. Only condition was to have another three(paying) persons to share the table. So we did.
The Birthday menu started with a smoked halibut served with a vinaigrette of onion and radisch. Original and simple. This was followed by a beautiful presented Risotto with scampis, mushrooms and watercress. Delicious. The risotto was crisp/al dente as I like it. For me this second starter was the discovery of the evening.
For main course we had the choice between filet of codfish or pork loin Two of us took the fish, two the pork. The codfish came with a salty anchovy cream. The pork was tender and was served with a fondue of tomatoes. The four of us agreed the main course was well prepared. Also the portions were sufficient.
The dessert was a small plate with a spoon of chocolate mousse, a spoon of ice cream, and a small cup of crème brulée. Good and tastefully presented;
To end we could choose between different teas or coffee.
The price for the menu (55 €) included associated wines. The wines were OK but nothing special. The cava was a bit acid to my taste, the chardonnay white wine was average and the red wine had a good taste but was a bit thin.
The service was friendly and professional.
Overall an enjoyable evening and an excellent meal.
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