On the third Thursday of July and to celebrate the Belgian National Day a little ahead, the Belgian Business Chamber combines its regular Thursday with Beer with a little suprise for all BBC members: a delicious typical Belgian dish, the Flemish stew!
Flemish stew or "Flemish Carbonnade" has been a part of Flemish cuisine for hundreds of years, dating back as far as the Middle Ages.
In the 19th century, the workers of Belgian coal mines grilled their leftover meat with coal, which gave the term carbonnade (the French term "charbon" meaning "coal"). Typically, it takes between 1.5 and 3 hours to cook the beef meat in a Belgian abbey beer-based gravy sauce to make it tender and savoury. There will also be the opportunity to eat golden Belgian fries served typically with mayonnaise!
The party will be accompanied by the music of DJ Chris L.E. Roy !
Entry to the event is free.
Consumption payable on site,
but you can pick up your voucher for a free beer / carbonade / portion of fries
1 voucher = beer / carbonade / portion of fries
#BBCMembers - 2 vouchers
Potential Members - 1 voucher
Vouchers can be collected on-site from the BBC Team: Julia, Olga, Mallaurie.
Don't hesitate and join us to feel the authentic Belgian atmosphere.