I chose De Tuinkamer as I was late looking for a restaurant, and of course many local to Brussels were already booked. So I was a little curious to see how it would pan out. When we arrived (only one hour from south west Brussels), there were a lot of people making their way to the door, so I thought - oh dear maybe this is going to be a large busy place. I walked through the door and realized most of the people were going to the bakery, and restaurant was accessible via a separate door. Indeed the restaurant was upstairs but with a lovely garden (hence the name). The decor was really beautiful and restful. The service was exquisite as was the food. We had 9 appetizers with our champagne, while the chef prepared our menu. We had turbot with lobster and asparagus, and the bottle of German Riesling was excellent. I love their pproach to wine - constantly changing new wines, and a very interesting list. I'd go back in a heartbeat.
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