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We only came here once, but we want to try more dishes from the menu next time we're in Poperinge. They have some dishes that are very typical for the area, and the one I had, poached cod with a light beer sauce, was delicious. My wife had another kind of fish, and it was also very good.
The restaurant is not big, but that makes it pleasant and the setting, an 'orangerie', was nice . They have a garden though, so in the summer there's more space probably. After our dinner we went to sit in the bar in front of the building and had another drink.
The people working there are really friendly.
Written Dec 29, 2007
Address: Grote Markt 36
we have just returned from a few days in Poperinge really relaxing town ,great people who are very understanding of the one langauge tourists!my wife and i remarked on the wonderfull square in the center would be full of parking meters during the day and our local idiot drunks at night!.the Belgiums are so far ahead of us in the UK,all the tour guides scornfully describe Belgium as boring.i hope they carry on with that view so that the rest of us can enjoying this wonderful country and its people.thanks to you all in Poperinge. my tip for getting to Belgium is to go on Norfolk Line ferries from Dover to Dunkirk.very reasonable fares (a small car plus two adults cost us 58 pounds!)we stayed at the Belfort hotel in the center and got top class treatment from Bruno and Sabine,thank you.both.if you wanted to take in Brussels as well leave the car in Poperinge and jump on the exellent train service (Brussells is only 100miles away from Poperinge)
Updated Apr 4, 2011