There is a national chain that does only meatballs, http://ballsnglory.be/?lang=en - but its branch in Brugge, which was at Langestraat 93, has closed down.
Nevertheless, these restaurants in Brugge apparently have meatballs on the menu:
Albóndigas (meat balls in Spanish) are very much a Spanish dish - more so than a Belgian one I'd say. So that specific bar might have been serving them because you were in Spain, not because it was a Belgian bar. Do you remember how they were prepared?Edited: 29 January 2017, 06:46
Do you mean "boulettes"? Boulettes sauce tomate are almost a national Belgian dish, but other sauces - Orval and Liègeoise are perhaps the most common after tomate - are sometimes offered too.
In Brugge they would be called Ballekes in tomatensaus (or Orval saus or Luikse saus).
Walked to the second one on that list and it looked perfect they had 2 set menus both having exactly what we wanted, meatballs and Flemish stew but it's closed Sundays, absolutely gutted it looked perfect 😩
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