The bar and the house are nice, classical architectur, traditionnal, you feel that the story came through the wood of these tables. The selection is not huge, you come to this place ti taste the faro and the mort subite, crowded, the service is average, nice to come once.
Come here for have a look to the building and go out .. if this place had a good selection it would be one of the best in town .,.
Ferris (1391) Burnaby, British Columbia | May 7, 2017| Updated May 9, 2017
A stunning old building with classic designers and a great feel. Service was efficient but not beer focused. They didn’t have even close to what they could from the brewery, instead lots of guests. Prices were high. They did have the Faro though which is quite nice. Beaut but disappointing.
A truly wonderfull, historical place. This is where the brand of ’Mort subite’ came to be. It’s sad how it develloped though. A very, very commercial pub with rediculous pricings ( a 25 cl bottle of chemical sweetened ’fruit’lambic for about 4 euro’s ??? The service is OK. The beerlist contain a faro - unbottled and exclusively for here. I can only imagine this as a reason to visit this pub. once.
SinH4 (165) Garching b. München, Germany | February 6, 2017
A café with traditional interieur, but it’s huge, crowded and loud. The beerlist is standard for Belgium, and they serve their own standard Lambics which are, by comparison, a bit weak (and very expensive). Service is surprisingly fast for being this crowded. Definitely a sympathetic place, but not really worth going out your way for.
The service was by a real ’Brusseleir’, which was a nice extra. This place caries a lot of history which is probably the only reason (and the Brussels Waiter) why one should visit this.
The selection is rather limited, and the prices are rather high. Yet we sat there several hours.