Summary: A trip through time with every bite.
Bistrot Du Nord in a historic city district serves up a blend of Flemish and French cuisine in a setting that takes you back in time. With its net-curtained windows, tiled floors, and wood paneling, it provides a cozy, elegant atmosphere. The menu features traditional Flemish dishes such as eels in green herb sauce and Ostend prawn croquettes, alongside French bistro classics like Gillardeau oysters and goose liver terrine. The kitchen's dedication to traditional craftsmanship is evident in every dish, from the varkenskop with brain sauce to the potential cult favorite, terrine of chicken liver and black pudding. Bistrot Du Nord is a culinary gem that stands out in its neighborhood, offering a unique dining experience that combines the best of Flemish and French bistro culture.