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!
Cosy cellar bar not far away from Belfry in the centre of town. Service was efficient and friendly. Had one of the biggest tap selections that I saw in town, and a rather good bottle list. Most of the prices were OK, though my friend did get convinced to take the Westvleteren 12, which was something like 14 euros a bottle. Would go again for sure.
Visited on a Saturday night when the place was packed, but lovely atmosphere in a wood-ornamented, medieval-inspired cellar, with decent selection; the bartender, an Italian, was a very friendly guy who gave us one suggestion after another including some rare Italian beers from breweries I never even heard of. Nice surprise, but I can imagine this being more agreeable an environment when it’s less crowded, as it was quite damp and hot at the time. Will go back here next time I’m in Bruges.
A bit hard to find if you don’t know the address. After going downstairs, I discover a beautiful cellar. A must-see. Candelabrums between arches. It’s like a bar in the attic of a Trappist church. Candletick on woody tables. I was there at 7pm. Just a few people nearby, so I was able to fully appreciate the atmosphere. Friendly knowledgeable barman. Impressive beer menu (mostly belgian of course with an interesting selection of lambic). Good value. Wow, a great experience to conclude this trip in Brugge.