The quirky shopfront…we were not sure to dine here for the 1st meal at Brugge but upon seeing Tripadvisor sticker, we took a chance.
The quirky interior
His pungent Blue Cheese Mussels pot Eur25
I had the set dinner Eur18 of Flemish Beef Stew …some tomato based soup as starter and a big scoop of vanilla ice-cream with chocolate sauce to end. It was alright.
We sat outside the restaurant located at the back courtyard
This meal plus a glass of blond beer cost about Eur40…hearty comforting meal, nothing fancy.
Belgium waffles from Chez Albert was really fluffy inside, crispy outside. Only take away available.
Classic strawberries and dark chocolate sauce combination Eur5.50
Just across from Chez Albert, lies this interesting chocolate dessert shop which I did not take note of the name, too full to try it…regretting that
Super frite (snacks)
The spicy mayonnaise was the highlight rather than the fries
During the 3 day 2 night stay at Bruges (Brugge), we put up at Hotel Jan Brito. A very cozy and warm serviced accommodation run by family. There are new and old wing. Pretty spacious room too to boot. Pretty reasonably tasting hot and cold breakfast available every morning.
Dumon original shop at Brugge
This is just a small corner of the countless chocolate pieces inside the shop
Souvenirs from Dumon Chocolatier…Eur 57 here
Dumon Chocolatier mixed selection Eur15 for 500g using stevia instead of normal sugar.
The Chocolate Line
The Chocolate Line – whimsical window display filled with chocolate products but did not go in
Recommended by my Brugge research…but did not go into the shop either.
A speculoos (Belgian caramel biscuit) specialty shop met by passing…delectable!