Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Leuze-en-Hainaut. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Leuze-en-Hainaut is a municipality in the province of Hainaut, Wallonia, Belgium. Comprising the former municipalities of Blicquy, Chapelle-à-Oie, Chapelle-à-Wattines, Gallaix, Grandmetz, Leuze-en-Hainaut, Pipaix, Thieulain, Tourpes, and Willaupuis, it had a population on 1 January 2016 of 13,699.
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4 based on 59 reviews
This brasserie is located by one of the oldest Belgian brewery Dubuisson founded in 1769. However, you can not just walk in and visit the brewery. The official site says "...standard and complete tour every Saturday at 3 p.m. but only in French, without reservation". And that's it. This is the only option to visit the brewery, and it's a pity. However, you can always go to this restaurant and taste the beers of the brewery. And I would like to mention three of them, which are pretty unique even for Belgium with more than 1300 kinds of beer. They are called "Bush Prestige", "Bush de Nuits" and "Bush de Charmes". What makes them so unique is that instead of maturation in stainless steel tanks, for example, the "Prestige" spends 6 months in new (!, yes, new) oak barrels. Then small amount of sugar and yeast is added to the beer and it goes through the second fermentation in the bottle and reaches in alcohol volume of 13%. If you are a wine lover, you'd be impressed as it's almost a "beery champagne" we are talking about :) And it's a great beer with the caramel and orange zest flavour, not for everybody (I mean, 13% of alcohol is already a challenge for some people), to be tasted from the wine glass etc. Other two beers ("Nuits" and "Charmes") are basically the same, except that the barrels are not new, but were previously used to mature Bourgogne de Nuits-St-Georges and Meursault respectively. Again, if you like wine, these words mean something for you :) Oh, yes, and, please, use white wine glasses tasting these beers, otherwise, you'd miss all their charm.You'd ask, why am I writing about the beers in the restaurant review? The thing is, being such a unique beer and with a price tag ~15â¬/bottle, you won't find them in a supermarket. You may find them online, but why not combine two things together: go to the restaurant, taste other freshly brewed Dubuisson beers (which are great, but the way) with a simple, but nice food (Belgian specialities included) and then buy the three bottles at the lowest price possible to taste them later at home or with the friends. I am sure, they'll enjoy them too. Cheers!
4 based on 6 reviews
This was a fun stop during our day of touring the countryside. We popped into the small tasting room and order some beer. We asked (using Google translate) where the actual brewery was and the sweet lady behind the bar walked me to the middle of the street and point out where we could go see the building and the shop.We stopped in the gift shop for some souvenirs to take home, including some great beer and cheese.There were donkeys across the street, so we took some time to visit them too.
4 based on 85 reviews
We shared a dozen delicious snails as entrÃ©e followed by Carbonnade Flammande and Magret de Canard, both served with a huge pile of chips (to my mind, not an appropriate accompaniment to duck but this is the Belgian way). And the free salad bar was a bonus.Good food, good service and a very good atmosphere and they have a huge rooftop area which can be enjoyed on warm days but it is self serve from there.We will be back.
Bel endroit trÃ¨s familial, on y mange bien, on y boit bien!La nouvelle gÃ©rance est top! De plus, le maÃ®tre des lieux, Alain Denis, est prÃ©sent en permanence !Que du bonheur !!!Cet endroit propose un spectacle transformiste chaque mois.
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