Decided to try this Belgian restaurant as our "go-to" Belgian restaurant, across the street, was packed. What you first notice is a lack of service. There was no one stationed at the front desk as it appeared the bartender and a waitress were, when possible, helping sit those who came into the restaurant.
As the wait staff seemed busy with other stuff we were able to have all the time in the world to review the menu. I started with the lobster bisque. It came out very hot - it apparently was so hot that the lobster was overcooked to a rubbery mess. And the broth was as thin as water and as tasteless as watery tomato soup.
I had the bouillabaisse, my wife had the mussels and our friends had the steak frites and the salmon. Again, the bouillabaisse was near boiling, and the sea food as overcooked. My wife's mussels were also overcooked. It appeared that the restaurant was conducting a science experiment to determine how close to boiling they could get the dishes. The salmon was bland....but the steak frites were ok, and likely the best dish at the table.
I think they are were either short handed and would leave stuff on the stove, get orders, seat patrons, and hustle back into the kitchen that nothing got done right. Nice folks, and the beer selection looked very interesting, though. And the bar had sports playing on the TV....my guess this is an ok neighborhood place for hanging at the bar and enjoying a beer.