Belgo is a rather large Belgian restaurant in Covent Garden. This outpost also has a small upstairs bar, as well as the large, cavernous downstairs restaurant. I have visited a few times over the years, mostly to eat mussels. They offer an OK range of Belgian beers on tap (10ish) and in bottles (30ish). Nothing particularly unusual on the go except for their 2 house beers (a pils & a wit), however you can get some Westmalle/Rochefort etc which ainít bad. Not a place to come purely for a drink, but an decent enough restaurant with beer. A pretty good option if you have a large group as well.
Not a place I would go to just for a drink. More of somewhere to eat with a really nice selection of Belgian beers. They have a good range of standard stuff and some interesting different ones too. Food is nice; I always have a burger, which is a solid option. Atmosphere is good; like a beer hall.
A reasonable selection of bottled beers in this cavernous and characterful place. Service is usally friendly and efficient but I have encountered the occasaional fluff head in here! Food usually pretty good.
Good food, good service, the beer list was some decent belgian beers, but not very comprehensive. Decent enough, but not worth the hype
EdKing (187) London, England | May 24, 2011| Updated May 26, 2011
Contrary to a lot of the miserable bastards below this is pretty good as long as you donít catch it when itís really busy. Beer list is good range of well known Beglians: Orval, Westmalle, Hoegaarden, Steenbrugge, Rochfort 8 and 10, and some white and blonde Belgians on tap. About 35 beers in all. Also range of fruit beers and the odd Iambic in the connoisseurs section. Food is tasty if you choose the right thing: Beef Corannade is great. Moules also good. Chicken average.
SilkTork (91) Southampton, United Kingdom, England | July 25, 2010