Bia Mara offers a reprieve from traditional Belgian food, specializing in the classic dish of fish and chips. Its Irish owners wanted to improve upon their native dish by taking fresh Belgian seafood and coating it in one of 10 different Japanese Panko crusts, making it a truly cosmopolitan dish. This small, modern restaurant offers several variations on traditional pub food, such as jerk monkfish, Guinness tempura of hake, and seambream in lemongrass and basil tempura. All dishes are served with seaweed salted potato wedge "chips" and a lemon slice. Bia Mara also has an extensive beer and cocktail menu to pair with your fish and chips. After a long day of sightseeing, Bia Mara is the perfect place to relax.
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