March 28, 2002
We picked up their card which indicates they have "Regularly Live Music." As we ate there on Sunday night, this music was absent, but I doubt if the music would be raucous, as the kelder is a classy place with a French chef(Patrick Flagel) and bills itself as Belgian-French in cuisine. On departure, we saw a couple looking in from the outside as we had done earlier and were able to recommend that they go in and enjoy with "Bon Appetit."
For a splurge, this restaurant offers three special menus. The Chefs' Menu is a three course one; you start with an apertif that combines white wine, cassis and cola, and then you chose from a list of available items for the next two courses(35 euros each, wines included). A changing Seasonal Menu is a three course one starting with a kir and wine apertif(37 euros each). The BIG SPLURGE is the Champaign Menu (at 138 euros for 2), which starts with champagne & has four courses, all accompanied by a full bottle of champagne.
From journal Bruges is beautiful