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Before coming to Brussels I did a research on where to eat and several blogs mentioned Le Pre Sale as one of the best spots for mussels, but boy were we disappointed! We were not very hungry but wanted to taste the famous mussels but...More
Le Pre Sale was recommended by our hotel because we wanted mussels. We've dined in Brussels before and their mussels are excellent! But here they were beyond excellent! They were the best ever. This appears to be a "locals" place but we immediately had a...More
We didn’t have a reservation but at 6.45 we were seated immediately. The place was full at 7.30 and they were sending customers to the next door Le Petit Pre Sale. We ordered the lamb chops and beef stew and both dishes were very good....More
It is said to be one of the must eat dishes in town, this is why we finally decided to try.
The portion is big, but also the shells occupy a large amount of it.
Not very savory, but nicely cooked.
The pan comes with...More
At the recommendation of our walking tour guide we came here for dinner. We showed up at 7pm and the place was packed with locals. Luckily they were able to seat us outside. Staff was very friendly and accomodating. My wife had a filet mignon...More
Went there after reading about it in the guide book.
We both had the mussels and frites.....excellent....really good and succulent mussels. Staff were very friendly.
Enjoyed our meal so much we went back for a second evening.
This time we had the fillet steak....the largest...More
This is a typical somewhat touristy mussels place by the canal near St. Catherine's church. We each had the mussels in white wine which were tasty but unexceptional, and frites that were good. Service was fine. This is a very casual place, not at all...More
The restaurant was recommended by hotel staff, so we were a little bit sceptical about it, and cheese crocquetes only worsened the situation (skip them at all costs, if possible). But then came the main courses, the mussels and the eel. Oh my, what a...More