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  • Stoempf, (aka stoemp), hails from outlying rural regions of Belgium and the Netherlands.

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  • He had more stoemp (you surprise nobody, Ben!) and Craig and I tried what Michael ate previously - slow-cooked beef stewed in a dark beer gravy with

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  • Ben had stoemp (Belgian sausages on mashed potato with beer gravy) and I had rabbit with cherry beer glaze and a side of potatoes and vegetables.

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  • Enjoy the stoemp (mixed mash potatoes and vegetables) and sausage while relaxing under the restaurant's vaulted brick ceiling.

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  • The purchase - for an undisclosed price - doubles Domino's presence in a nation where Flemish beef stew, stoemp (potatoes and vegies) and lashings of beer are more the norm.

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  • Well, they were out of Waterzooi, thanks to a table of six which had just ordered six of 'em (Damn you!), so we went with the sausage and stoemp, and the Ghent stew, both of which were excellent contributions to our ongoing survey.

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  • The food was excellent, with highlights including a mammoth jambonneau à la dijonnaise, a roasted canard de pékin, and such bruxellois classics as stoemp saucisse, but almost as big a draw was Les Brassins 'impressive selection of beers.

    ...an endless banquet

  • Highly traditional, the menu read like something of a Belgian food primer: waterzooi, stoemp and sausage, Ghent stew, sweetbreads with mushrooms ...

    ...an endless banquet

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