This is not only a fantastic place to grab a Belgian beer, but also a great place to catch up for dinner, especially if you love mussels. We’re talking about 1kg bowls of mussels in a variety of sauces ranging from European to Asian (all gluten-free), served with hot chips and mayo. We were told one bowl + sides would be enough for us, but we ordered two + a small salad (just because we’re dietitians) and we had no issues polishing them off.
Lobster brandy bisque mussels ($30)
The sauces we chose were lobster brandy bisque (vegetables, herbs & bisque sauce) and siam (vegetables, tom yum paste, Asian broth, coconut cream & Thai basil). I thought I’d like the first one better but the Siam was the unanimous winner. Regardless, both were delicious. The chips were great too: not too thin and very crunchy. Oh yeah, nice salad as well.
Siam mussels ($30)
Small salad ($7), Belgian fries
None of us tried the beers but there’s a huge variety to choose from. If you don’t feel like beer, make sure you ask for the wine list. They had a few sold by the glass, like the Shiraz ($7) and Riesling ($11) one of my friends and I drank on the night.