Cuisine: Belgian

Mmmmm, beer! This Cammeray eatery will quickly have you drooling Homer Simpson-style about the thing those wacky Belgians do best: the amber liquid. But this is not a place you just visit for a few cold ones after work before moving elsewhere for dinner; it serves a decent variety of Belgian bistro favourites. Beer dominates both the drinks menu and the food, with dishes such as drunken grilled chicken breast cooked with Leffe Brune $26.50 and Hoegaarden crispy battered fish and chips $25.50. There are plenty of alcohol-free dishes as well, such as nine different styles of mussels (the house specialty) $27.90–$28.90 (OK, so there might be white wine in these broths) or the warming Belgian Congo curry $23.50 for your vego mates. The atmosphere is lively, especially at the weekend, and the casual, Euro-pub setting keeps locals coming back.


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