The Westheimer Road eatery serves up authentic Belgian bistro fare sure to satisfy even the most discerning of your Antwerpian shuffleboard teammates. Start with a cup of French onion soup ($3.50) before moving on to an egg-filled entree. Omelettes such as the ham and swiss ($8) are served with a mixed salad for a nutritionally balanced beginning to an afternoon of reenacting scenes from Lord Jim, while Belgian specialty entrees, served with your choice of vegetable or fries, offer hearty portions of Flemish favorites. Opt for the carbonade flamande ($16), a Flemish beef stew made with Chimay beer, or the lapin aux pruneaux ($19), rabbit served in a prune, raisin, onion, and carrot sauce. Served with a helping of decadent Belgian fries, Jeannine's specialty mussels can be prepared seven ways ($11 for a small order), so mollusk lovers can indulge in the bivalved treat in its basic form (steamed in white wine and butter) or in more creative incarnations, like smothered with blue cheese sauce or floating amid a placid sea of mild curry cream.