This restaurant is all about its location, its ambience and the history of its surroundings. We ate in a group in an upper dining room with a small balcony overlooking the Grand Place - and that was the most memorable thing about the whole evening.
The food was good - we had a set menu of classic Belgian dishes - but it would appear to be quite pricy if you can't accept you are paying for where you are eating as much as what you are eating.
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