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All reviews rabbit mashed potatoes beef stew endive ham spare ribs salad tiramisu belgian food no credit cards wait for a table comfort food big portions worth the wait relaxed atmosphere visiting brussels the grand place
As if you were at home few decades ago.
The place is nice the food is tasty simple and not pretentious.
It's quite expensive for what it is, but you're paying for this authencity right in Brussels city center ~20€/pers ( Dish + drink )
The food is really good, very nice local cuisine for a great price. The staff is super friendly and the service is quick. They have a card reader for card payments on back order so for the coming time bring some cash!
Came here on the back of other Tripadvisor reviews and we weren't disappointed. Delicious food and very friendly and helpful staff made for a welcoming atmosphere without any pretension.
A simple menu of perhaps no more than 12 dishes, with, as you'd expect for Brussels,...More
Juicy braised Rabbits, lamb stew cooked in earthen ware that send your tastebuds singing...all set in a traditional no frills atmosphere. Not to mention the very friendly staff. Thoroughly enjoyed our dinner here. Cash only tho ..
This was by far my best meal in Belgium/Brussels to date. I went ordered the Lapin a la kriek (rabbit with cherry sauce) and it was delicious. It was cooked to perfection and the meat was practically falling off the bone, it was so tender....More
Excellent food and outstanding service! We went on a Saturday at 12:00 to beat the queue that people mentioned in their review. By the time we left it was full! We took the specialties as we were on a day trip from London. Both the...More
A fabulous gem of a restaurant. Service is friendly and organized. The food was delicious, and a great eclectic variety beyond the most classic Belgian dishes. Comfortable atmosphere, and not too loud as the lonely planet review implied.
Fin de siecle is extremely close to city center and surprisingly offers authenthic experience. I had a feeling that this place is locals favourite also. Prices are normal and portions are generous. Beer is quite expensive.
Food is extremely tasty, try jambeannue (I'm not sure...More