This week has been a bit different as all three boys have been away at camp. They are members of a youth group and the week long (ten days for the oldest) summer camp is how they end the season.
So Eve and I delivered the twins to a field last Sunday (Macsen, being older, was part of the group that cycled there the previous Thursday).
This left us wondering what to do with ourselves now that we were suddenly kids-free for a week. On Monday, we stayed in but on Tuesday we went out for sushi.
We have been here before with the boys and, while they enjoyed the presentation they struggled a bit with the food and we haven’t taken them back. So this week seemed a good time for another visit.
I like sushi and the Koji sushi restaurant does a fantastic meal for two delivered, spectacularly, on a boat.
On Wednesday we went out again, this time to Volt, a restaurant we have been to multiple times.
Volt is a reliably good restaurant and probably the only place locally that has a range of international foods on the menu.
The thing about Belgium is that, while the local food is very good, there isn’t much interest in anything beyond the borders. Which is odd given the extent to which Belgian food is a result of the country being stuck between France and Germany.
And so to Thursday when we decided to try something different and went to Het Atrium.
The outdoor seating here is really nice and, while the menu is largely the usual Belgian fare they did have one addition — the Atrium Burger. I would never have believed that I could rave about a burger, but this was absolutely fantastic. It’s a sizable chunk of meat, along with a generous serving of bacon, an egg, and other stuff and it really was exceptional.
I will definitely go back for this again.
On Friday it rained and we went back to Volt.
Today is the last day of camp and we are about to go and collect the twins. And then I shall have to make peace with my credit card.
4 thoughts on “Camp”
Nice selection of beverages! Also, nice to have some alone time sans children while enjoying what usually is strictly nourriture rather than “sit back and enjoy” type of food and drink. Sounds wonderful Paul. 🙂
It was nice to go out without the kids. To be fair, they are generally pretty good when it comes to eating out but, not having to think about keeping them entertained or about who needs to be where and for what activity has been remarkably relaxing.
We have been able to go out and spend as long as we like with nothing more than food, drink and each other’s company. It’s probably been more of a break for me than it has for the kids 😉
My kids are good out as well but the constant ‘what time is it, who has to be where when’ is a factor here too.
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