Was here for a Sunday lunch with two friends. We were welcomed by a friendly waiter and seated by the window in a nice quiet corner. We had the soup+main course set menu (you can choose from a limited number of combinations) option for 14€, a real bargain. Delicious soup and good squid for me. Many seafood and meat options are available.
The à la carte menu is much more expensive, with individual dishes well over 20 euros in some cases.
The beer selection could be improved. They had only one Thai beer (Singha Thai), nothing to write home about.
With coffee (bad, but good coffee is very difficult to come by in Belgium) we spent 75 euro for three, a 4 euro tip for the good waiter included. A good address for a lunch near Sablon.
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