This very small restaurant is within a stone's throw of the Grand Place, but you can sort of feel that you are really in Italy for a couple of hours while eating here. There is a blackboard with the day's dishes on it, and I highly recommend that you get one of their homemade pastas for dinner. There is a communal table on the first floor, so if you are so inclined, you can meet other diners and enjoy their company. While there are tourists at this place, we noticed locals too. The owners let you linger, and that is nice after a long hard day of touring.Since you are near to so many incredible chocolate shops and Dondoy, you can either have dessert here, or else splurge on waffles and ice cream specialties somewhere else.
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