If you're looking for a relaxing meal away from the bustling city centers, In't Spinnekopke is the place for you. Located in a newly renovated square, In't Spinnekopke is known for its extensive beer list and traditional Belgian cuisine. Chef Jean Rodriguez pairs hearty, authentic dishes with beer-sauces, creating dishes such as rabbit in Gueuze and mussels in Maredsous. For those more inclined to separate their alcohol and food, try the shrimp croquettes and venison terrine foie gras with confit of figs. Depending on the season, enjoy your meal within the cozy confines of this 18th century house or outside on the patio, which spills out into the square. Though out of the way, In't Spinnekopke is both a local and visitor favorite.
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