Was over with a large School group and had dinner in one of the tunnel kazemats before going to the Last Post Ceremony nearby at the Menin Gate . Super location and professional service, friendly lady of the house. Food ( Flemish green soup, stew and potatos, brezilienne ice cream and tap water) was OK for a college student group but not to be recommended for an adult group searching for an evening out dinner. I would rank it as solid canteen/mess trooper's dish, keeping the folks on track. One of the boys found a bit of hard plastic recipient ( 2cm small ) in his meat stew and showed it, but we didn't make a drama of it. This can happen. Off course, all prepaid by the tour operator, we have no idea what has been arranged for the costs. For (adult) groups I would consider this meal as ' la grande bouffe ", when in charge I would have chosen a different dish. So far, I would recommend the Kazematten rather for it's good strong Flemish beers and the historical location
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