Familiar eats like Deep Fried Pork Burger and Beef Carbonnade await

It’s been over a year since Kingdom of Belgians (KOB) opened at 8 Rodyk St. along Robertson Quay, and now the casual diner by Chef Emmanuel Stroobant of Saint Pierre fame is ready to unveil more options for its patrons and nearby residents.
 


 

Offered in partnership with gourmet grocer LPB Market, the restaurant now boasts a French grocery experience within its venue, showcasing more than 50 varieties of artisanal cheese, alongside quality products like charcuterie, fresh dairy and meat, and award-winning wines.

When dining in is once again permitted, patrons can even relish the premium range of cold-cuts, meats and wines in-house thanks to the unique KOB-LPB concept.
 


 

But in the meantime, guests can pick up familiar eats from the takeaway menu while stocking up on groceries at the restaurant’s retail section. Simply enjoy items such as the traditional Boulet Liegeois, hearty Deep Fried Pork Burger and all-time favourite Beef Carbonnade.

There are even ready-to-eat frozen meals such as Sausage and Stoemp, Beef Lasagna and Lemon Rosemary Pork Collar for lazy cooks. But don’t forget to save room in your freezer for their hit Belgian dessert, the Liege Waffle.

Check out everything KOB has to offer here.