We were walking through Gent on a day trip, heading for the museum. Thirsty, we dropped by what looked like a little bar on the outside of the fine art museum but was really a restaurant. We couldn't resist having lunch as the menu was enticing. Lovely fish with asparagus and other delightful sides. Delicious kale soup. A surprise amuse bouche (ok I can't spell that) and great beer. Attentive service. The kind of Belgian food that delights. Would happily go back. Only complaint is the age-old one, if you choose to eat outside and enjoy the sunshine you are surrounded by cigarette smoke which rather destroys subtle flavours.
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