Visited here with sebletitje. This long narrow space certainly has an antique feel to it The narrow little tables remind me of the kind I’ve seen in Kolsch pubs in Cologne. The space doesn’t lend itself to noise suppression so at about three quarter full it is pretty darn load. I came here to try one of their brews, there were 4 of their own on tap, and it was decent enough. Nothing too exciting on tap is possible and this isn’t a place to seek out to eat so a return visit may not be needed. All in all it was a fun place to experience.
SinH4 (136) 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.
Worth a visit not so much for the beer selection, but for the ambiance and history with the old interior that hasn’t seen much change in many years. Attentive and efficient service, prices in the higher end, centrally located. Vistied at a Monday afternoon, so it was not very busy at the time.
Visited a couple times while in Brussels. Beer selection is limited (obviously) but the atmosphere is great - like a trip back in time. Not a great beer/tick stop but I think it was worth it for the history.