Offering Belgian-influenced cuisine in a modern bistro setting, Brouge has been a favourite in Twickenham since opening in 2005. As well as the year-round-available signature dish of mussels and frites, Brouge restaurant offers a cellar of 95 different beers from around the world. This historical site is widely thought to have been a hiding place of notorious highwayman Dick Turpin, and a freshly-decked al fresco area is a relaxed spot for summer dining. Brouge also hosts regular events including steak night and quiz night on Mondays, fajita night on Tuesdays, rib night on Wednesdays and live music on Thursdays.
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