This is the sole place in Brussels where you can enjoy food from Madagascar.
The place is a small and cosy restaurant. The couple who own it were very friendly and very helpful.
Madagascar food was all new to us. We tried beef skewers, soup and prawns for starters, followed by fish, 'Ravitoto' and the national dish, 'Romazava'. The cooking is rustic and generous, with a lot of fragrant spices. It all comes together fantastically and we even decided to indulge in some dessert.
Overall we were delighted and would certainly recommend trying. It is reasonably priced and service was good.
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