Visited here in June 2015. I was actually pretty underwhelmed with our visit. The interior felt sterile and outdated, almost like a school cafeteria. The Clown dolls complement the theme, which feels a bit clichť in my opinion. Their bottled beer list is pretty big, but we had problems finding anything that we hadnít tried before and the vintage list seems to be really dwindling these days. There were some old lambic on that list but for quite a high price. The server was efficient and nice enough, but kind of coddled us a bit as we looked a bit young. Prices were decent. Iíll not be coming back unless Iím very closeby. I guess this was a great place once, but nowadays it has been surpassed by many.
Nice enough service, good prices. Some not too common stuff on tap. Didnít check the bottles, didnít try the food. A nice enough place for a visit or a drink. A separate cafť/eating-section from the small bar area.
more cuisine a la biere here alongside a well illustrated beer list including some cellared rarities. Musells cooked in guewuze were excellent though on the pricey side and definietly had more shells than mussels. Interior a little unsual, bright and cheery but with basic formica tables, more cafe than restaurant. five beers on draught, mostly newish.
A bit off the beaten path, itís well worth a visit. The owner can be a bit gruff, but they have a nice bottle and tap selection. Itís a nice quite place to enjoy a proper beer Belgian beer in a proper glass.
Actually came here in March with another RBer. Sat at the bar, ordered a Gueuze and meat loaf. good food, owner didnít want to give us ice-water. seemed pretty unpleasant that we were asking for a menu. Maybe he hates Americans but no big deal, I still had a nice time.