After a few teething troubles when it first opened, this restaurant in the fashionable Chatelain area of Ixelles is now performing well and offers good food in a stylish setting. The menu is interesting (e.g. carpaccio of beetroot with crumbled goat's cheese as a starter) and the prices reasonable: some dishes are available as part of a fixed price menu, even on weekend evenings. The kitchen is open so you can see the chefs preparing the food. I have been here on several occasions now and the service is always very friendly. There are a few tables outside on the pavement in the summer. Rather quirkily, the restaurant adjoins a small Peugeot dealership but this, as anyone familiar with the history of the Chatelain area will know, this is not surprising: originally the part of town where carriage builders worked the arrival of the motor vehicle saw their replacement with numerous garages and workshops, adding a crunchy industrial edge to the place. Sadly, much of this heritage is now disappearing but CO2's location adjoining the Peugeot dealership is a nice exception.
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