West Flanders was nice. None of the beers blew me away but they were all (all that I tried) very good. My one major complaint was that they were all served way to cold. After they warmed a bit they were much nicer. I had a golden strong, ESB, Dubble, and weizen. The weizen was very subdued, not a lot of esters or phenols. The ESB was actually kind of nice. The belgian yeast character played well with what I would suspect were at least some fuggles and a sweet caramel note (Crystal malts for sure) that tied it together nicely. The golden strong was very drinkable at >9% and the dubble was quite sweet but still drinkable.
The food was good to. I had a greek pizza (no money and flaming bottles flying through the air
) with feta and olives etc. and my co-worker had a pork chop with roasted root veggies that he said was good( it looked moist). They were out of wasabi deviled eggs
But what blew me away was that with two entrees three 4 oz pours (they do 4 oz pours for 2 bucks) and a full 12 oz pour the bill came out to 35$.
overall I would not hesitate to recommend this place to a beer lover, a food lover, or someone who enjoys looking at pretty college kids getting toasty.