Salt Lake City, Utah
November 12, 2002
The waiters seem to speak Flemish, French, English, and German, and the menu is available in each of these languages. Although we had several servers through the night, they each immediately addressed us in English.
The menu includes beef, chicken, and fish dishes, plus the traditional Belgian dishes of mussels, rabbit, and Flemish stew. They offer a fixed menu for 16 euros. This includes a welcome drink, appetizer, main dish, and choice of dessert. Be careful, though, because some of the choices come with an additional fee of 1 to 2 euros. Although we felt like this menu was a good deal, I had the impression that the waiters were always trying to sell us more by asking if we wanted bread, vegetables, etc. (all for an additional charge, though that was not mentioned). Still, it was a very pleasant dining experience that I would recommend.
From journal Bruges - The Center of European Culture