After a cold rainy day in Leuven at Christmas my family visited this new French restaurant . It has been open less than a month but presents itself as an established residence. The decor is simple and charming with candles and music with a small bar . The chef welcomed us and told us what was on the menu. The warm goat cheese salad was perfect. The chef proudly presented us with his home made bread and pate , which were wonderful. My husband and daughter had the rack of lamb and I had the scallops. The lamb came with cheesy potatoes and roasted vegetables. The scallops with a pea purée and sausage. It was fabulous. The wine list is small but adequate and
the prices for this quality of food were a welcome change from some of the mediocre food around town with higher prices.
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