The interior is decked out in style of old - the 1800s pubs with wooden floors, high ceiling and in the centre of it all, the bar. They also have a beer garden out at the back, a more private dining area away from the bar for people who just wants to get away from the noise (which unfortunately still doesn't happen at peak time!) and a little alfresco area at the front.
I've been here several time to snack on their thin crispy chips with aioli sauce and of course beer. They have a large section of beers from around the world and I especially suggest you try the cherry beer.
Bf and I however, went one Saturday for lunch, after yet another quick shopping trip around the city.
I ended up having the fish and chips after much deliberation on what to eat. It wasn't bad, but the fish smelt a bit too fishy and almost like chicken in texture. The servings were definitely large and wish there was more salt on the chips and fish!
Bf had the sausages with mash an spinach and that was just lovely. I had a few bites and the quality of the sausage wasn't the cheap ones where you can only taste the fat and the caramelised onions and the sauce was just lovely.
Like most pubs, Belgian Beer Cafe is popular because of it's warm ambiance, the fact that the drinking hole provides an array of drink choices and produces hearty, warm food with large servings at reasonable prices.