After wondering the streets of Brugge looking for somewhere to eat, we found this great place. It was empty during the slowest tourist time of the year but we decided to risk it, and were glad we did.
The owner was friendly and welcoming and we had a great chat about Africa and Australia.
The food was fresh, made with good quality produce and cooked well. The nibbles of olives, pickled herring and homemade cornbread was a great touch (the cornbread especially delicious!).
Recommend for anyone that wants something a bit different.
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