This bar should be part of Brussels' 20th Century History. When you walk in you are faced with a long hall of a room filled with narrow tables. The decor is, as the menu explains, original 1928. There is only table service by mature staff in very traditional waiting attire. The service is professional and knowledgeable. The straight forward beer selection has some not readily found elsewhere. The food is traditional. over a couple of visits I had a very nice cheese omelette and a local brawn type cooked meat, which was also very nice.
It is different, other worldly and well worth a visit
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