Housed in an enormous old Byzantium-style building, this place is as popular for its funky basement bar as for its seafood. Head downstairs to try a few of their 101 types of beer or sample the wide range of equally delicious schnapps. Upstairs, the restaurant serves hearty Belgian cuisine - they're most famous for their massive pots of moules served with frites, but also offer dishes such as wild boar sausages and lobster. Kids are very welcome - up to two can eat for free (if under age twelve) if accompanied by adults and there is a good children's menu. One word of warning - if you fancy a quiet evening meal at the weekend, this is perhaps not the place to go. Friday and Saturday nights have a distinct club feel - bouncers on the door and DJs inside - and gets packed and noisy.
- Type: Open Late
- Accept Credit Card: visa, mastercard