Saturday, 23 July 2011

More than 25 years of quality, brasserie “De Witten Vos” in Mechelen

On the Main Square (Grote Markt) of Mechelen you find many restaurants and brassieres. Brassiere “De Witten Vos” is a valued establishment which offers a large selection of quality food. During the eighties, I went to school in Mechelen and we visited this place occasionally. More than 20 years later we still remembered we were pleased of the place. Being in town, we decided to eat something for lunch. We took both a freshly cut beef Carpaccio which was excellent. The pasta with chicken and spices was very good. The sea food pasta was even better: it contained North Sea shrimps, scampi, scallops and wild salmon. This together with a Corsondonk Agnus from the tap can’t fail. We love the stronger Belgian beers.

Op de Grote Markt van Mechelen vind je vele restaurants en brasseries. Brasserie De Witten Vosis een gevestigde waarde en biedt u een grote selectie van kwaliteitsschotels aan. Tijdens de jaren 80 ging ik in Mechelen naar de middelbare school en in deze brasserie gingen we soms langs. Meer dan 20 jaar later herinnerden we nog dat we tevreden waren over het eten. Daar we toch in Mechelen waren, besloten we in “De Witten Vos” iets te eten voor de lunch. We namen de vers gesneden rundcarpaccio en deze was uitstekend. De pasta met kip en kruiden was zeer goed. De pasta met zeevruchten was nog beter, deze bevatte: Noordzee garnalen, scampi’s, Sint-Jacobsnoten en wilde zalm. Zoiets samen met een Corsondonk Agnus van het vat kan niet tegenvallen. We houden wel van sterke Belgische bieren..

De Witten Vos Mechelen
De Witten Vos Mechelen
De Witten Vos Mechelen
De Witten Vos Mechelen
De Witten Vos Mechelen
De Witten Vos Mechelen
De Witten Vos Mechelen
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3 comments:

  1. the plates are presented soooo lovely!!!
    and I just love the first flower-pic:-)))

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  2. I agree with the flower... lovely color combo.

    I love how the green olives are too...

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  3. I'm enchanted by the first composition with lovely flowers!
    Léia

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