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Opened in 2011, this pub sells only the divine Belgian beverage. Drinkers here will struggle to choose between around a hundred bottled beers, or can opt for one of the ten beers on tap. Fruity, dry, light, strong, blond, amber, brown… all tastes are catered for in the international selection, though naturally Belgian breweries get above-average representation. The young staff are full of enthusiasm for their wares, helping it along with low prices (all draught beers at maximum €3.50), quiz nights and tastings. You might think that the bar would be full to bursting with all the casks, but thanks to ingenious design the basement stays free for chanson Française, folk, rock and pop gigs. And to go with the drinks? Paper cones full of chips as served back home in Belgium, on clever stands that leave your hands free for your pint. Other snacks and dishes are also on offer, like carbonade flamande (a traditional Belgian beef casserole cooked with beer and spiced bread), mixed salads, burgers and pastas.
|Venue name:||Bouillon Belge||Contact:|
6 rue Planchat
|Opening hours:||De 17h à 2h|
|Transport:||Métro : Avron ou Buzenval|
|Price:||Prix d'un demi : 2,50 euros|