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Ranked #690 of 3,797 Restaurants in Brussels
Cuisines: French
Dining options: Reservations
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Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed July 14, 2013

Super !
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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2  Thank fatty2004
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Reviewed July 8, 2013

We've been here twice. And both times weren't disappointed at all. We went for their 'menu de dégustation' - with accompanying wines - and both times it was just a blast! French cuisine with a hint of Japanese influence, great wines we didnt't have before (it's definitely not the big names which count!), a really good and friendly service - what else to expect for a really good night out?
Rem: Reservation more than recommended!
Rem2: don't go for their digestifs - their over-priced. But the house apéritif is to die for ;-)

3  Thank Louisz
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Reviewed May 27, 2013

We went for the menu de dégustation with complimentary wines. Inada served us 5 platters of very pure ingredients that were delicately cooked and beautifully presented. Not the cheapest of restaurants (168€ for two including coffee) but with an excellent service it was definitely worth the experience.

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Thank Tom V
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Reviewed April 11, 2013

Last night was my second visit to Inada. Starter was caramelized fois gras with filet of grapefruit. Excellent quality and an inspired combination. The sommelier recommended a rhubarb wine (!) from 2000 (!). Of course I had to try this and it worked really well. The slightly bitter flavors of rhubarb went very nicely with the caramelized sugar. Main dish was duck in two servings, one of their signature dishes, and only available when suitable ducks could have been bought. The first serving is the filet with a savoury Asian sause and the crispy rolls made from the skin. Second part is from the legs, marinated and char-coal grilled. This was arguably the best duck I have ever eaten and I have eaten quite a few! The recommended wine was a red burgundy of the firmer kind and it worked very well. An outstanding meal, and great service. The cook came several times and asked if everything was alright. As we were the last guests we could chat a little with some of the team members. We were very impressed about how passionate they are about their work. This is not cheap, but it is worth every cent. Highly recommended!

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1  Thank Reiner H
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Reviewed March 2, 2013

When you're sitting at your table and see the Chef come in with fresh vegetables and the other personnel stopping everything to look and discuss the purchase, you know you're at the right place. Other reviewers have said it, the chef is Japanese and the cuisine inspirationnal french-japanese. It's very expensive but who said the road to paradise was cheap? Nice wine list and the waiter knows what he's talking about.

1  Thank martinmailhot
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