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We had diner with 8 people on a saturday evening. It was a wonderful experience. The food was exquisite, the wine accompanied the dishes perfectly, the personnel was perfect. If you have something to celebrate, this is the place!!!!
I have had dinner at Chateau du Mylord a couple of times, for family dinner and romantic occasions. The food is fantastic (worthy of 2 star MIchelin if you ask me ;). The atmosphere is cosy and warm, not the uptight feel you could imagine...More
Superb experience! The location, service, food, wine all top level.
The sommelier, wine waiter did a great job, very friendly and served some good wines.
If you're looking for a good culinary experience, you have to visit Chateau du Mylord.
Very nice building in the "pays des collines" area. We’ve chosen for the "big" menu with assorted wines and warmly recommend it!
Service was not really “warm” in the beginning (starters served with a “paper” explaining what it was but without oral explanations) but became...More
Enjoyed the food, though without a bit of bread I would have starved afterwards. Also unclear communication lead to an unpleasant surprise when the bill arrived. Didn't show much flexibility with dessert too, a shame. Probably won't return.
Though we have only dined at the Chateau du Mylord once before, we were greeted like regular visitors and felt welcome, which definitely also is thanks to sommelier Bart Lamont. The whole evening is like an adventerous luxurious culinaric trip with small surprises along the...More
Remarkable place in the flemish ardennes with excellent cost / benefit. Highly innovative food at reasonable price. Enough if you take the menu without leaving you felling bloated or fleeced by the bill.
This is one of the places, which makes me doubt the whole Michelin practice... Their menu was so incredibly unsatisfying both size and taste wise..
Guys, decorating your sea knife with empty shells does not make it a culinary masterpiece.
What to tell?
The restaurant and it's staff is worth the 2 stars in the Michelin-guide without any doubt.
Of course you pay more than a bistro, but if you're a "Burgundier" enjoying a fantastic meal married with perfect wines all served in the privacy...More