We wanted to squeeze one more gourmet meal during our short visit to Brussels. This place was recommended to us by the concierge at our hotel. We went there for lunch. The restaurant is situated in a very old house, which was part of a monestary. The decor, however, is quite a contrast to the struacture - modern and lively. The menu only offers a choice of tasting menus - from three to nine course. Details are shared orally by the head waiter. We opted for the four couse menu, as we had only 90 minutes to spare.The kitchen responded very well to our time limitation. Every item was very well presented and very creative. Highly recommended.
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