Medieval look basement beer pub, central in Brugge. Really good selection of Belgian and craft beers. Good and polite service. Croudy and a bit touristic (disco music isn’t pair much with beer drinking imo). A good place overall to have some beers...
Easily the best place I visited in Bruges. Really like the setting and the candles etc. Cool vibe, and quite relaxed. The staff were more friendly than the other bars we visited, and there are countless taps – flights of 5 available which makes it ticker friendly. I wonder how many new beers would show up here though as I only just managed to find 5 new beers for me out of a list of 20. Still, that’s just being greedy as this is clearly a good place for beer geeks and non-beer-geeks alike. The bottle list is also good but prices are a touch high. This place got me drunk enough to forget where the station was – thank God for smartphones. (78)
In a 13th century cellar. Amazing looking place where you can smell the history. Loved the ambiance here, although it gets pretty loud in the evening. Definetly worth a visit.
Zlotta (293) Hagen / Düsseldorf, Germany | September 11, 2016
Very interesting and unique cellar bar, located in the centre, not far away from the Grote Markt. Fist thing I noticed was that it’s very warm inside, could hardly imagine to spend a full night here. Other than that, the location is really beautiful, great ambiance and hard to top. The taps were not that interesting, rather standard stuff, and the house beer as well as another more interesting beer was sold out. The bottle list was fairly decent, although not exciting and a bit too expensive again. Staff was quite friendly though, apologized for being a bit slow. Worth checking out!