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the hall only contained one restaurant, some chairs and hanging hams. The building itself is pretty. I just wish it was still a beer hall.More
Vleeshuis, Manager at Het Groot Vleeshuis, responded to this reviewResponded 23 March 2018
Sorry you didn't like our promotional centre for regional products. One can taste the local products or buy them in a shop, but there is no commitment at all. Hope to see you back again and get the opportunity to explain what we do. It...More
If you are looking for local products (Ghent + East Flanders region), this is one of the best places to buy them). Being a local, it's one of the stores I love to stop by. There are always samples of some specialties (advocaat, mustard etc),...More
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Vleeshuis, Manager at Het Groot Vleeshuis, responded to this reviewResponded 19 February 2018
This is a place to introduce local food items, incl. beer. We ordered two kinds of beer and a plate of cheeses and charcuteries. It's too bad that they do not name them and so we can't name them at shops! The business hours as...More
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Vleeshuis, Manager at Het Groot Vleeshuis, responded to this reviewResponded 18 October 2017
Thank you for your reaction, we will name the products in the future as you suggested.
It was easy to find this big, old building on my way to the Gravenstein Castle. Inside is a modern restaurant offering delicious foods.
I took several pictures inside, focusing on the pigs' legs hanging up from the ceiling. They reminded me of many hams...More
The structure was the ancient meat hall of Ghent. Major renovation works had been made and now it looked better both from outside but more decent internally with many small shops and restaurants. Worth to come and stroll around the structure during your visit to...More