Brugge is a pub with a difference, the difference being that it… Is not really a pub, but a Belgian brasserie. They pour pretty much only Belgian ale and lambic here, nearly a hundred kinds of, with the only exception of a few craft beers from less-than-obvious countries of origin, like Denmark, Norway and the Netherlands.

In addition to the run-of-the-mill pub grub, the menu lists Belgian waffle sandwiches with bacon, cheese and fresh veggies, the Belgian version of pizza – Flammekueche – with Parma ham and forest mushrooms, traditional Belgian goulash with parsnip chips, and this veritable Belgian food bonanza: roast pork and chicken breast with cauliflower, green peas, potatoes, carrots, asparagus, string beans plus toasts, fried eggs and cheese sauce on the side. For dessert you should order "Krik I Lambik" sorbet or waffles – fluffy, with cream cheese or fresh berries.