The one that most fits your description is Breydel-De Coninck, website below:
Vlaams is to Dutch as Geordie is to English...
Places that are likely to be lively if they are open if you want to be in a crowd:
Martin's Brugge is a good hotel, well situated in the centre of the city.
As you can see from the previous link there was a good choice of restaurants open ...
Here is a link from last year, follow the link through to the download, it should give you a view of what may be open this year (quite a few were open on Chr...
There is usually a queue of taxis waiting for fares, with a regular flow coming in so no need to book.
What time are you expecting to arrive?
Which hotel are you booked into?
Your challenge Matt be then getting from your hotel to the centre of Bruges if it is in the suburbs.
To answer your questions:
Carpe Diem as suggested in #3 is excellent, but they do not do a full English breakfast as you would know it.
Just want to set the expectation so you are not...
Delaney's do one, but Saturday & Sunday only and 12:00 until 16:00
Apart from that I think you will be struggling.
Pain Quotidien -...
No, but it is a miriad of one way streets, so not straight forward.
At weekends some of the main streets are closed to traffic, which may not show up on satnavs...