This exceptional location was preserved in its original state as a historical house. This bar was renovated 10 years ago and now enjoys a space that can accommodate 70 extra people. You will be delighted to sit in a space that carries a rich history and serves delicious food and drink. Come to hear the story of Théophile Vossem and the origin of the beer called “La Mort Subite.”
This bar has always been family run, and today it is managed by the 4th generation.
Drink and eat at A la Mort Subite
A la Mort Subite has very wide selection of draught and bottled beer: trappists, abbey beers, Belgian and imported varieties and of course the emblematic Mort Subite! Of course this Geuze and Lambic paradise offers many options to appeal to lesser zythophiles out there like their diverse selection of fruit juices, wines and hot drinks! To accompany your drinks, you can order little appetizers as well.
A la Mort Subite is mainly thought of as the ideal place to grab a bite for lunch. Enjoy the simple pleasure of appetizing little sandwiches. Omelets, breads with spreads, salads and many other sweet or savory delicacies to snack on like a waffle with charcuterie to the white cheese and radishes dish topped on fresh soft bread!
Gift box at A La Mort Subite
For 19€50, A la Mort Subite also sells an original gift assortment. What’s inside?
- 1 bottle of Gueuze
- 1 bottle of Kriek (cherry beer)
- 1 bottle of Framboise (raspberry)
- 1 bottle of Pêche (peach)
- 1 bottle of Cassis (blackcurrant)
- 1 champagne flute
- 4 post cards
Take a visit to A la Mort Subite so that you too can be a witness this deep, folklorist history. Be transported to the cozy hollow of long ago. It was a time that witnessed the daily anecdotes of Jacques Brel and Annie Cordy who came to this bar and let their creativity run wild. It was a time and a place where many joyful celebrations have taken place with a good beer or a coffee in hand.