We had a wonderful dinner in One, a delightful, tiny, dark, candle-filled restaurant in a historic building on a canal off the Begijnhof. It was made up of various cozy, small dining rooms, one even with a big fireplace. We were nicely 'stuck' in what looked like our own mini dining room. Staff members were young, casual and friendly. As we just had shared a huge waffle in Lizzy's Waffles (highly recommendable), we had to settle for one dish only. The menu was small but offered many traditional Flemish recipes. The shrimp croquettes were delicate and the sirloin beef with pepper sauce was cooked to medium rare perfection. The hand-cut fries were very nice as well. Portions overall were generous. Hence, the prices were fair. The wine list was endless and they offered various wines by the glass. We eventually shared the apple pie dessert which was wonderful too. Overall, a delightful restaurant, off the beaten tourist track, where you can come to your senses and take in the Bruges experience in an relaxed manner. It was our wedding anniversary so the romantic setting could not have been more ideal.