Situated in Rue des Eperonniers, a very short distance from the main city Square, this very traditional restaurant is situated close by a number of rather more inexpensive restaurants, none of which is anywhere near as nice. Its decor is very "dated"and probably hasn't changed for many years – but this was an attractive quality for me.It is very small(about six tables) and encouragingly caters to both locals and tourists.
The small menu is traditional except that there is some infusion of modernity with the sauces being less rich than traditional French cuisine. All the better for that! The chef took real pride in his work sometimes coming out to see how his guests were enjoying what he had prepared. The waiting staff were courteous and attentive with a very good knowledge of the menu and the wine cellar which was very well chosen.
The menu is not large but is entirely sufficient and varied and includes some well-known Belgian dishes.
We liked it so much we ate there on two consecutive nights and would return in a flash.
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