Amazing starters, nice pizza and pasta; incredibly friendly and quick service! Not crowded at all. Recommend!!
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Bocca D'Oro is a tiny Italian restaurant held by an Italian family, located in one of Brussels' most authentic pedestrian street, which used to be populated by antique shops; it's a bit "la cantine des antiquaires", even if they're getting old and tend to vanish....More
Small and discrete restaurant in the pedestrian street in the antiques area, between the Sablon and the rue Haute/rue Blaes. Varied selection of dishes, including good choice of pasta and pizzas. The pasta with (fresh) spinach was excellent. We didn't get a chance to try...More
Visited this restaurant on a Saturday night, temped by the quaint appearance and the menu board. The menu is in French but the friendly staff were quick to translate and provide a detailed description of the food and wines currently on offer, as they change...More
Short menu, but therefore all super fresh. Had the burrata as an appetizer, each had a pasta dish (one the pasta al forno which was delicious and one penne with aubergines which was also very tasty) and shared a 1/4 house wine. It all came...More
Stumbled upon this when we got stuck in a storm, but what a treat we discovered! Delicious fresh pasta, and we got jealous of other people's pizza too! Drinks wise they are more about wine than beer-classic Italian! Superb service- the funny and friendly waiter...More
Highly recommend the food. Good service, warm atmosphere, great location. Delisious comfort food- nothing posh or pretentious here, just honest food/ ingredients and friendly service.
Ducked in here after our initial destination further along did not excite us on appearances. This tiny little place was the most comfortable and well-served restaurant we happened upon on our long weekend in Brussels. The food was incredible and the helpfulness of the staff...More