When you step inside the Belgian Cafe, it feels like Europe. It's as if a pub was picked up and moved to the Intercontinental. Really great atmosphere. However, the food is just ok. I had a mussel pot (moules marinières I think was the idea), but it wasn't so good. Perhaps it was too sandy (is it supposed to have sand?) or maybe because the last mussel pot I had was in the north of France in Boulogne-sur-Mer. The french fries were good though (I learned last summer that french fries were actually invented in Belgium due to lack of a thin fish in the winter...). Also, the Belgian waffle, while it didn't resemble the one I had in Bruges, it was really, really good! Great to end the meal with something good.