The Belgian Triple is a lovely, hip and vibrant place that grabs your attention from the moment you walk through their doors. Beer is their thing and their European cuisine to match. They have a variety of beer, close to 90 imported Beers to be exact.
We were treated to a promising evening and were enticed to 7 tasting courses each paired beautifully with a choice imported beer. First was Bitterballen & Salt and Pepper Squid, much like Kroketten and the plating was very artistically done. Followed by Radicchio Salad and a Goats Cheese Salad. Fresh, tasty, crisp and decadent. Their Salmon Fillet was perfectly prepared, moist, pink with mashed potatoes and spinach. The Lucifer (I think it’s flame grilled hence the Lucifer) Beef Brisket was out of this world. The perfect balance between beef and fat that gives you a good idea that the chef surely knows he’s trade and was mouth-wateringly prepared . Dessert offered Belgian Chocolate Mousse and Fraindise (a syrupy citrus waffle) to end off the evening.
Sometimes (to me) beer is beer. What made this evening different, was the background given on the origin and evolution of the beer currently on their menu and how well it accompanied their food. Well done to Geland & Nikolai for hosting us and to you reading this review, make The Belgian Triple a must on your culinary bucket list! Top marks from me and see you again soon!