Not as ‘grand’ as some of the fantastic Gothic hostelries in Brussels, Bruges & Ghent, this traditional Flemish-style bar/brasserie is a little euro star that offers a taste of Belgium (& Holland) without hopping on a train at St Pancras. A palisade of chrome spouts dispenses myriad hoppy hot tickets: Brugse Zot, Steenbrugge Bruin & Duchesse de Bourgogne are an attractive threesome you won’t lock lips with at your local. Bottled beauties also dazzle: De Graal Triverius, with its coriander & curaçao-infused wheat, or aptly named Delirium Tremens (a whopping 8.5% abv) are among the arcane delights on offer. Yes, there’s wine – although Lowlander’s beer-tasting class might lead you to rethink grape as your default dinnertime option.
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