In fact accidentally we met the chef sitting next to us at the bar in one of the top Japanese restaurant in Brussels. We saw the way he enjoyed his meal and wine, we knew he is not just a food lover; he must be a good cook too. We started talking and found out he is the chef at Inada. We went there few days later and luckily found out it is the best french Japanese fusion restaurant in Brussels. Excellent food, professional staff. Price is not cheap but Yes, I agree it is Worth a Splurge !
Starter we had the prawns briefly grilled in one side (Taste is indescribable good ) and carpaccio de Bar ( fresh and tasty) . Main courses were veal cutlet and spicy caramelized Wild pigeon . Both dishes were tender, juicy with prefect timing.
We didn't have dessert this time but will try on our next visit which already booked in August.for their signature dishes DUCK.
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