Good selection of beers and good service for the one person that seemed to be working behind the bar. Unfortunately, it was later at night and the loud music, mostly full bar and dark setting reminded me more of a college bar that just happened to have good beer. Maybe it would be better to visit earlier in the evening.
On my first visit this was my favourite Bruges establishment. I still enjoyed my visit but its changed a lot. Easy to miss cellar bar.The beer range has been culled somewhat but still has plenty to be going at including gueuzes. No longer table service, but at least you get your beer faster now. Still has a few comfy chairs, but mostly small tables and less cluttered than before.
An underground bar with a precarious set of steps leading to the cellar setting that is a large one room setting underneath arch brick alcoves. The floor isn’t as genuine with smooth marble-like tiles put down, but it doesn’t really detract from what is a very atmospheric setting. There’s different sized tables laid out in a formulaic way, but you won’t notice this unless it’s empty, and there’s some comfy sofas to enjoy to the left of the door after you have entered the bar. The service area is against the right wall to the rear of the room and includes six taps, although the bottled choice is extensive so there’s no shortage of choice here. There’s a full row of stools here that will make ordering tricky if this place is busy.
One of three bars located in atmospheric old cellars. Lots of wooden tables and pretty dimly lit, much to my appreciation. Came here on a saturday night, place was crowded with fairly loud music playing. They don’t offer table service, which was a bit annoying. Selection is adequate, but not outstanding.
I did enjoy my visit, but I like the other two cellar bars (Comptoir des Arts and especially Le Trappiste) better.