Veramente un’ottimo ristorante. Forse un po caro ma ho mangiato bene e gli abbinamenti con le birre erano proprio giusti. L’ambiente era molto confortevole e il personale era gentile. Ho mangiato un’involtino di radicchio e prosciutto con una crema di Gouden Caroulus che era proprio ottimo. Sicuramente questo è uno dei posti in cui tornerò
The food is excellent, the wait-staff is professional and knowledgeable, and the beer selection is quite good. And they make certain dishes with Belgian beers! There is also some outdoor seating available. A local institution. If you do the Cantillon brewery tour, you may see the painting there which shows people sitting outside this very restaurant. Their selection of Belgian beers is very good (though we also found that they lacked some of the listed beers we asked for); however, no place I’ve ever seen with a better selection also has the food to match.
Easy to miss in a low key part of the city center. You might walk pass it and not even see it. Very much old school and from a tourist point of view a nice break from the customer hungry restaurants behind the Grote Markt. The service was great. I only spoke French to the server, maybe they speak English (don’t know). The Belgium Cuisine infused with beer is delicious and worth the price. Expect 35-40 Euros per person. Beer list offers some surprises. Mussels with Corsendonk cream sauce was awesome.
A fantastic and traditional restaurant located in a quiet street area. The food is great and the portions are big, and the beermeny is the same. Many of the dishes are even cooked with beer. When sitting inside is like going back in time with the traditional looking interior. A must visit when in Brussels and you’re up for some old traditional restaurant experience. It’s anyway worth a visit for the beer meny alone.
Liked this place a lot. Had the lunch menu each time I was there which was really good and a fair bit cheaper than everything else. Only ever drunk Cantillon lambic and I never even saw a beerlist! Great service and building.
The mussels are as great as ever. The draught lambic is nice too.
Theis (115) Frederiksberg, Denmark | March 24, 2008| Updated October 15, 2010
OK - this is a restaurent and not a beerbar, but what a place. We went there two times, first for dinner, second time for lunch. The service is perfectly arrogant and "french", as it should be, but they do have humor. The food is fantastic, we had rabbit in geuzesauce. Beerselection ok, they do have the housebeer: Betchard (Blonde & bruin) and 3 Fonteinen lambic and faro on draught. I love this place.
2008-02-28. Atmosphere is much nicer than I had pictured, its actually a very nice, romantic restaurant - take note if you are dragging your significant other along on your beer adventures, they should like this place a lot! Food was superb. We ordered a cheese fondue and were a bit surprised when we got what we later figured out were cheese croquettes. After our initial puzzlement we realized that they were simply awesome, and the best of the trip as it turned out. Highly recommended. I had lapin a la gueze which was lovely, though I kept forgetting it was not chicken. Mabel had pork medallions in a delicious beer sauce. Beer list is good though not extensive. The draft lambic and faro was the highlight, but there are nice trappists and others on their bottled list. Service varied from excellent to a bit abrupt depending who you were dealing with.
I have liked Spinnekopke earlier (at the late 90s) but since then it seems to have changed too touristically crowded which has had it´s incluence to quality... Westvleteren served here but no vintages.