Belgian bar, like there are many in the world. Went there, waited forever to be served and wasn't. It wasn't especially busy and the guy saw me, because he cleared the table for me. So no excuses. Prices also expensive - Orval 6.20E. Honestly there is no reason to go there unless you crave for some over priced Belgian classics....
Long corridor with a bar and a tables in the back. The selection is quite Belgian (which really shouldn't surprise you). The room is nothing special, but it still is a nice relaxed atmosphere when it becomes a bit crowded. This is a good place to have a beer or two.
kermis (748) Amsterdam-ish, Netherlands | September 29, 2018
Visited for Zwanze day ‘18. It’s a modern trendy looking place. Long and thin with the bar and bar seats at the front and a few tables at the back. Also a few benches on the street outside. There’s 4 taps and a decent selection of Belgian bottles. Mostly not for me as I get easy access to that stuff in NL but good for a Berlin bar. Fairly busy when I visited of course but that’s to be expected. Still service was quick and friendly.
A modern, stripped down bar room in two sections.Four beers, mostly Germans on taps, supported by a fairly good selection of Belgian bottled beers on display at a shelve behind the servery bar. Knowledgeable and enthusiastic service. Close to other beers bars and brewpubs in the area. (Beer symposium in Berlin with Norwegian friends, 11.01.2018).
emincems (81) Izmir, Turkey | July 27, 2017| Updated May 28, 2018
Bar easily reachable by Underground as it is just near the station of Senefelder Platz. Selection is pretty good, many lambics and even some not so easy to get trappists. The prices are pretty heavy though, expect to pay 8-10 Euros for a small Bottle of the good stuff. Good if you want uncommon Belgian beer in Berlin.