All I have to say, is that the reward was worth the risk.
We arrived by the skin of our teeth while the snow was still falling. The restaurant is tucked away on a quiet Point Breeze side street. Don't blink, because you may miss it amongst the other Hastings houses!
Though the place was nearly packed despite the storm, we were greeted and seated the moment we walked in. We were celebrating the first night of our 10 consecutive days of freedom (we both had the entire holiday week off), so we ordered a few drinks right away.
They have a huge selection of wine and Belgian, artisan and standard beers. PID went with a Newcastle Brown Ale while I went with my standard Cab.
|Moules with Red Curry Sauce (small portion) - $12|
|Roasted Tomato and Spinach Dip - $9|
|Chipotle Hangar Steak (special, not on regular menu) - $20|
|Steak Frites - $26 (add Blue Cheese - $2)|
|Belgian Chocolate Mousse Cake - $8|
Address: 401 Hastings Street, Point Brugge
Tuesday – Thursday: 11am – 10pm
Friday – Saturday: 11am – 11pm (Kitchen closes at 10pm)
Sunday: 11am – 9pm
The food was impeccable, the service was amazing, the atmosphere is warm and welcoming - what's NOT to love about this place?! My parents travel to Brussels and Belgium every year as a tradition they started after I left the nest. I can't wait to take them here the next time they're in town to show them that they don't have to leave the country to get the most delicious and authentic Belgian cuisine they could ever want. It's right in our very own back yard. Date night, girls night, wine night, snowmageddon - any night of the year Point Brugge is the place to be.