Without a doubt one of the hottest restaurants across London, Belgo are specialists of all things Belgian. Their space in Bromley conjures a classic Belgo atmosphere, and you can choose to dine in the open-fronted bar, the terrace overlooking the Queens Gardens or in the more formal dining room that’s perfect for both lively groups and more intimate occasions. Serving up signature mussels and over 60 craft Belgian beers, the Bromley branch of Belgo London is ideal for catching up with friends, family or for pre-theatre dinner and drinks before a show at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre. So, make a reservation and head to the High Street – what are you waiting for?
So, what’s the deal with London’s Belgo Bromley menu? Well, kick things off with the famous Belgo Bromley mussels. You can order these tasty morsels in a few different ways: platter, bowl or pot. The most traditional way is, of course, the pot served with frites (proper Belgian ones in this case) or bread, with several flavouring options to choose from. Our favourites include the traditional marinière with cream and the classic Belgian where the mussels are cooked with garlic, celery, onion, butter and white wine. Talk about tasty, right? If you go for the bowl, keep an eye out for the Italian-style cooked with tomato and vegetable ragui, Sardinian pasta balls and aubergine puree.
Now, if you’re not overly keen on mussels there’s plenty more Belgian dishes on offer at Belgo Bromley. Try the rotisserie chicken smothered in Belgo beer gravy with frites, mash or salad, or get stuck into a fully-loaded burger. If that’s what you’re going for, we recommend the Bad Boy topped with beef, sausage meatballs, Belgian tomato sauce and Emmental cheese. Or, if you’re vegetarian, tuck into the veggie burger made with spicy pattie, avocado, grated carrot and aioli. With so much more on offer, pay a visit to Belgo London on Bromley’s High Street, and be sure to sample the beer selection while you’re there.
Very enjoyable evening - very good food and, obviously, excellent beer. Can be a very noisy place on busy nights due to the acoustics but otherwise highly recommended.