Located close to the gothic Saint Catherine's church, this quaint, old-fashioned Belgian tavern is a charming delight, serving traditional Belgian dishes paired with over 40 different types of Belgian beers. Pull up a chair and begin with La Villette's famous homemade Ostend shrimp croquettes, followed by grilled black pudding brochettes with two types of jelly. For a main entree, order Belgian steak with cheese fried in Cantillon "geuze" beer, mussels with endives, or Flemish beef stew with Maredsous beer. Save room, because dessert is a must: order the homemade crème flambée with Calvados or vanilla ice-cream with butter. This cheery and bright tavern, with wood panelled walls, red and white checkered tablecloths, and friendly service complement a relaxing evening filled with good food and good company.
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