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I see a lot of people have recommended this restaurant for a couple or small group. I would also like to recommend it for larger groups. Just book in advance with the restaurant and they will give you a selection of menu options to choose...More
Undiscovered by so many, this is the jewel of St Josse and its inhabitants' best kept secret. We enjoyed marvellous service next to an open fire in this beautiful restaurant in an old maison de maître. It's not even overpriced. Even the toilets are stylish,...More
Delicious cuisine. The restaurant is very cosy and elegant, ideal for a couple. The menu is sophisticated and includes both fish and meat dishes. I had a simple yet fantastic tartare with a variation on fried potatoes. There is a good selection of wines. a...More
My family and I went to this restaurant to dine during our trip to Brussels. We were completely baffled and amazed by the quality of the marvelous food they serve. Everything we ordered was perfect and almost everything was made by the chef himself, from...More
We had lunch rather informal, no reservation, but very kindly welcomed and taken care of.
Menu offers a large choice of dishes, first and main courses, but without too much originality.
We had a steak and sirloin nicely prepared, well served and cooked according our...More
I can't even begin to describe the disappointing lunch I had. It is quite impossible, in every part of the world, to combine fresh and genuine food with excessively low prices and availability of any kind of ingredients regardless the season. That's why it is...More
Very last minute we decided to opt for a dinner on a Friday evening in our neighborhood. The ambience is a typically Brussels' maison de maitre with a cosy fireplace and candlelight. We were given full attention and served in a very professional manner which...More
A big sign in the street suggested the following lunch menu: a pumpkin soup as a starter and a wok of chicken and vegetables as main dish.
The soup was so fat and greasy. the taste of the butter actually covered the taste of the...More