We owe our fame to our own Zeegeuzen beer, but now also to our small kitchen. During the weekends (from Thursday to Saturday)
We owe our fame to our own Zeegeuzen beer, but now also to our Flemish sharefood kitchen. During the weekends (from Thursday to Saturday) we offer a Flemish cuisine consisting of social bites and main courses. This ranges from stew based on our beer to typical West Flemish sandwiches or oven baked bread with fresh apple sauce and white sausage on top to share.
“Leo Decoster, a former soldier, started the business in 1971. His wife was behind the counter for 15 years,” says 57-year-old Nicole. “When he passed away Nicole took over for 30 years. During those years Thibault Marchand worked here as a student, this is when he saw the beauty of this place. After his studies Nicole and Thibault came to terms for the continuity of the zeegeuzen.