We were in Ieper on the evening of Easter Saturday and the six of us found Old Tom which we had seen recommended. As the place smelt a little on the greasy side, was expensive and had no mussels we had a very pleasant beer and left..
A few doors away in the direction of the Cloth Hall we found Kollebloeme. The staff were welcoming the menu varied and the atmosphere homely. The young waitress was very attentive and the food was really good - we all ended up having the same main course. We were very surprised to be presented with an amuse-bouche, not something you would expect in any but the best restaurants. We had wine and beer with the meal and followed it up with a variety of desserts. One had an enormous ice cream, two had very alcoholic Gaelic and French coffees and two have us had espressos and Calvados.
We had a great evening and would thoroughly recommend it. Downstairs was full and there were plenty of people in their upstairs restaurant too. Costwise it came to less than 30 euros per person, good value for what we had.
Favorite Dish: We all chose a Flemish Stew which was basically a braised steak dish. It was served with vegetables, chips and a side salad and was very tasty