on February 11, 2003
Cafe de Waag describes its menu as international cuisine with a Flemish twist. De Waag was originally built as the city's gatehouse and now houses a restaurant within its turreted and sinister exterior. The walls were once used for public executions. Inside, there are beautiful high ceilings and a fairy-tale cafe. I enjoyed a wonderfully relaxing lunch. In warm weather, there are tables outside on the square that are great for people-watching.
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