This typical "estaminet", by the Belgian border and the Monts de Flandres, stands near a 16th-century church. It's decorated in an authentic and tasteful style, crammed with antique objects and ancient tools. The menu offers a fine selection of local specialties, ales and wines. Your host, William, cooks typical Flemish dishes and specialties like the chef's camembert gratin, Maroilles cheese gratin and sausage. An extra bonus? Themed evenings and cafe-concerts organised at weekends. If you like nice, friendly places, you'll love this restaurant-pub.