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Within easy reach of its sibling Belgo Centraal, this junior branch of the mussel-bound mini-chain has all the necessary credentials. Belgians take their beers seriously, and aficionados can sip
their way through Blanche de Bruxelles, Slag Pils, Goulden Draak, Rochefort 8 and Westmalle Trippel (weighing in at a brain-jangling 9% abv). If that sounds too heavy, try banana- or
coconut-flavoured Mongozo, Lindemans cassis or something tropically fruity from the line-up of Floris brews. Wines start at £3.70 a glass for Crémant de Bourgogne, and the drinks list also
embraces the ubiquitous Prosecco, classic cocktails (£6.95), schnapps and liqueur coffees. Those imbibing rather than dining can nibble on bar bites including fried whitebait, chicken satay and
chorizo. Are the Belgians too busy inventing cracking beers to conjure up snacks of their own?
Currently with five restaurants scattered across London, this was surprisingly my first time visiting Belgo, which specializes in Belgian food and beer. The Holborn branch has recently re-opened its doors after a refurbishment, and although I am not aware of how it looked before, it certainly looks pretty impressive inside - the interior is rather spacious, with an industrial style decor of exposed brick walls and metal fittings.Previously a former Lloyds Bank building, it still echoes some of the banks facilities, with the basement safe now the Belgo beer cellar. The new layout has maintained...
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