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Miranda never fails to disappoint (if you are looking for gourmet Italian with a twist - as you would find in Italy). Everything from the Chocolate melanzana starter, to the Porc filet or homemade spaghettini, to the ricotta tart, is perfection. The wine list is...More
The food here is extremely good, authentic and there is an attention to detail that is much welcome in a city where very often they are checking their watch to send you out and have the second shift come in. Prices may be a bit...More
To say that the food was underwhelming would be a compliment . I agree that food needs to innovate and I have seen brilliant innovation of for example Spanish food in Spain and of Italian food in Italy , simple yet more complexly tasting adaptions...More
You probably won't get decent Italian food in the centre of Brussels. So you will need to venture out to Ixelles, which is only 20 minutes on the tram from Midi station or 15 minutes on the bus (+ 10 minute walk) from the Parliament....More
I have been at Miranda twice. The second time I was positively surprised by the choice of fantastic raw ingredients cooked in a superlative way by a young chef. The finished plate, being home made pasta and pork, were sublime. Chapeau!
Today was our seventh or eigth visit to Miranda. We don’t ordinarily leave reviews of restaurants, but we saw the review of Nicholas B., and feel that his review was so unfair that we need to correct the record. Miranda is not the kind pf...More
50 Euros per person for below average, nonsensically revisited Italian food and a not-so-friendly service. I don't think there's more to add. In Italy, this restaurant wouldn't last a week. In Brussels it's thriving.
This city's celebration of mediocrity in food is impossible to understand.