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Belgian, Bar, Cafe, European, Pub
Outdoor Seating, Seating, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Full Bar
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Reviewed 2 February 2020

The place was warm and inviting. Fireplace was on and you directly felt at home. We ordered the ‘hutsepot’ and as well stoofvlees with fries. The service was fast and the portions were big. Of course we took the special brothers-in-arms beer, which was very...good. You should definitely try to meet the owner Johan, who has a real passion for WW1 and can tell you great and emotional stories. We had the luck that it wasn’t too busy so he took more than 1 hour to tell us everything and show us his own private museum collection, which is in the attic of the building.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed 8 January 2020 via mobile

This cafe is the place of choice for our annual meeting. It is also the headquarters of the Brothers in Arms Memorial charity. A charity that our group supports wholeheartedly. The cafe is superb, one of the best, friendliest pubs you’ll find in Belgium. The...beer is the best, the food even better, The landlord and staff are very friendly and helpful and are brilliant hosts, there is not a bad word I could say about this place. My wife and I visit it as many times as we can and will continue to do so even after the brothers memorial has been completed.More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed 27 October 2019 via mobile

Didn’t realise how much the Belgium people rest the Australians especially those whom came to fight for their freedom during WW1 & 2.

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed 22 September 2019

Very nice coffees on the Peace Cycle Route/Battlefields Tour. Friendly service. Lots of outdoor seating.

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed 5 September 2019

It is rather a pub in terms of look and feel but we were there to have dinner and it was certainly OK. It is also very wel located along side bycicle and walking tracks. They also have a nice playgarden for childeren a big...terras and enough parking space.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed 14 August 2019

Johan and others are the driving force behind the brothers in arms project, he will tell you all about it when you are having lunch and if you’re lucky he will show the movies, mind you he also makes a mean coffee and the girls...do a good lunch.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed 7 August 2019

Recently on a Great war battle fields tour we had lunch at this cafe we met the proprietor who has been digging up relics of the war for years. While doing some road works a few years back five bodies of diggers was found and...some were identified. The cafe owner is trying to raise money to have a memorial built it's called Brothers in arms. At the moment there is just a metal cut out there he intends to replace this with a sculptor. Upstairs in the cafe is a nice museum which show's a short video of finding the bodies well worth a look.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed 28 June 2019

Great little bar and restaurant near Polygon Wood with heaps of Australiana and war relics. The mural on the outside is amazing. Welcoming staff and a nice place to relax on a sunny day.

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed 29 May 2019 via mobile

What a great find near to Polygon Wood. With great memorabilia of WW1, done with good taste and reverence. Food, drinks and atmosphere were lovely and the upstairs museum room was great. When you go make sure you support the ‘Brothers in Arms’ charity through...a purchase or donation.More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed 29 April 2019

A small bar/tavern right near Polygon Wood. The owner is extremely passionate about military history and has a fantastic collection of memorabilia. He was also responsible for identifying a number of recently found WW1 bodies, dug up when excavating for a pipeline, and as such...has visited the families in Australia. He has a great story to tell. The food is quite good and service is excellent. Currently he (and a small group) is establishing a Brothers in Arms memorial, to remember family brothers killed in the war. The memorial is located opposite the restaurantMore

Date of visit: April 2019
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  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 4.5
  • Atmosphere: 4.5