Flanders, in the north-west part of Belgium, is famous for its delicious fries and waffles, but the local cuisine offers much more: “Eating the Flemish way has a Mediterranean and medieval touch,” Vlaams Arsenaal owner Tim van Delft explains. “Imagine generous meat dishes yarning in blackened kettles, while velvety sauces, swelling Trappist Cheeses and poly-phonic beers decorate the table and caress the tongue.” You can find this delightful atmosphere in Vlaams Arsenaal, a place to enjoy sumptuous, high-quality Mediterranean-inspired dishes with rich flavours. Van Delft: “And for a full Flemish food experience, make sure to taste one of our 40 Belgian specialty beers!”