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Mmmmmmm croque feta.
And then you went for lunch, right 😉
The chips smothered in ‘Samurai’ spicy sauce is the post-pub kebab of Belgium.
Feta and pate, mmmmm.
just one portion of chips?
Feta croque? I like feta a lot, but toasted I’m not so sure. And like you guys, I like Hoegaaarden. Well the ordinary one anyhow.
I would not have gone for the Hoegaarden, as I can get that everywhere, but apart from that I am rather envious.
Luckily I’ll be visiting both the Netherlands and Belgium in a few weeks..
Oh to be back in Belgium again.
Clarifications: this was a Sunday evening session; my Mum and Dad were with us, and the Hoegaarden was my Mum’s tipple of choice; the chips were really crisps; and the feta croque was actually pretty nice.
We’ve got a receipt on our fridge reminding us of the time I spent a tenner on a glass of Kronebourg at Café Delmas in Paris. I still haven’t fully recovered.
hmmm … i never tried the feta croque 🙂
Feta, haloumi, double gloucester. All better toasted. Mmm mmm.
I was at ZBF 2010 in Belgium last weekend and stayed in Ghent. I had some great beer on the trip but the prices over in Belgium are becoming rather painful to say the least. In Ghent I paid 4.50 euros for a draught Moinette Blonde! I yearn for the 1.55 euros/£1 days, maybe we’ll get them back someday.
Interesting to see some Belgians think it’s expresso, not espresso, the same as some Britons
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