Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Jabbeke. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Jabbeke (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈjɑbeːkə]) is a municipality located in the Belgian province of West Flanders. The municipality comprises the towns of Jabbeke proper, Snellegem, Stalhille, Varsenare and Zerkegem. On 1 January 2006 the municipality had 13,572 inhabitants. The total area is 53.76 km (20.76 sq mi), giving a population density of 252 inhabitants per km².
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4 based on 68 reviews
For beer loving gastronauts fancying a trip out from Brugge, Bistro Nieuwege is a must. A taxi ride costs between â¬17 and â¬20 each way, and four people will pay about â¬8 each for a return trip. Those intrepid enough to venture out of the splendour that is Brugge will be rewarded with a homely bistro, a friendly welcome, good food and a beer list which is second to none, with about ten different beers on draught. The patron is clearly a beer enthusiast.We had the fish stew and a lot of beer. The fish stew was packed with fish, and cost around â¬12 per person. The beers on draught ('van 't vat' in Vlaamse) included Struise Elliot, De Ranke XX Bitter, Sint Bernardus Trippel and Dupont Moinette, brune and blond. If that list is double dutch to you, then I'm sorry. If it isn't, then your mouth is already watering.We arrived at Bistro Nieuwege having not booked, at around 13:30 on a Sunday. We got the last table, so if you fancy a ride out here, book first. â¬40 is a lot to pay for no food, no beer and 40 minutes in a taxi.
4 based on 253 reviews
Great cozy old Belgian Pub with a unique concept, a wide variety of Belgian beers and nibbles, with interesting curiosia, antiques and collectibels. In the weekend live singer.beertasting beertasting
Absolutely must visit place in Bruges. A lots of beers, nice music. But the best part of these place in the hosts. Mark and his wife are wonderful people, have a pleasant time talking with them. Will visit next time in Bruges :)P.S. Mark, hope you will find and enjoy some good qvevry wine :) Thanks you for your comment mate, Marc and Linda
4 based on 1436 reviews
Oldfashioned Belgian beerhouse with around 300 Belgian beers. We also serve small snacks.Only classical music in the bar !
It doesnât look much from the outside but this bar is jam packed with character and the most amazing selection of Belgian beers. Apparently they have over 320 to choose from and many (if not all) with their own unique glass. Fantastic experience. Prop up the bar and work your way through the menu.I think it opens from 4pm most days, so a great way to start your evening.
4 based on 1044 reviews
We walked past this place after getting off a nearby boat ride and returned to admire the impressive beer brand wall display. Then we noticed the hidden entrance and discovered a delightful bar with huge list of beers served and a beautiful shady terrace right by a canal. Lucky for us there was a table available and we spent an hour basking in the wonderful atmosphere. The bathrooms are situated outside the main entrance and down some steps, you first have to get a small plastic disc from a bartender to open the bathroom door. The bathroom counter is glass and has goldfish swimming inside.
4 based on 307 reviews
On our first night in Bruges our B&B host recommended Cambrinus. We really enjoyed the walk to the establishment and, since we had a reservation, we had no problem getting a nice table. Our server immediately seated us, provided a menu and took our order, then we never saw her again. She spent the rest of her time drinking beer and chatting with the bartender. Fortunately, a young server brought our food and attempted to help. We ordered the Brewerâs menu and a flight of beer. The brewerâs menu is a starter (we chose the delicious Trappist cheese which is fried), a main course (we chose Flemish carbonnade) which was tender and absolutely delicious, and creme brÃ»lÃ©e for dessert. We both liked the Bourgogne des flandres beer. Itâs dark and delicious. I also loved the cherry beer. Our biggest issue was with our non-existent server. Since dessert came with our meal, we had to wait a long time before we could get the young serverâs attention to ask when we would get our dessert. She had no idea we had ordered the brewerâs menu because she hadnât taken our order. But, since our original server was busy talking and ignoring us, we had no choice but to ask the young server who paid attention. We felt sorry for her. She was very hard-working. Wish we had gotten her name to sing her praises. The other lady we did not like at all. Had it not been for the non-existent attention of the original server, this would have been 4 stars.
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