This is pretty harsh and for the sake of the restaurant I hope an isolated experience, but I was asked to share it. We stopped in for lunch since we happened to be at the Palm Beach mall. Ordered fries, croque monsieur and mussels. I asked if the mussels came with bread, no they don't, but they would give me bread for $2. What kind of bread, I asked. The choices were "little squares of bread" or french bread. (I am quoting her directly.). Huh? OK, I agreed to the french bread so I could soak up the juice from the mussels. I needn't have bothered, since there was no juice. I've had many mussels in my lifetime, but these were just not good. They were smothered in diced carrots and celery, sprinkled with supermarket canned parmesan cheese and the tiny bit of sauce was flavorless. This was accompanied by four small flat dry squares of "bread". Definitely not French bread.
On to my husband's croque monsieur. Two pieces of Wonder Bread with the thinnest possible slice of generic ham and a very thin slice of bland cheese. The bread had grill marks but grilled without even the slightest bit of butter or oil. Dry as a bone. Soup kitchens probably do a better job. The fries were OK but not seasoned. I had to dump a ton of salt on them to make them palatable. How do these people stay in business? There as hardly any one in the place, which should have been my first clue.
Upon leaving I stopped to speak with the manager/bartender and actually told him what I wrote above. I have never done that, but that's how appalled we were with the food. If this is an accurate "taste of Belgium" I'm surprised anyone would willingly visit that country.