Roger Souvereyns is a famous formerly Michelin-starred chef who traded the high pressure world of haute cuisine for a more laid-back trattoria. The lunch menu offers a rather limited choice and consists mainly but not exclusively of salads and pastas. These are very well prepared, our pastas came perfectly al dente and were very tasty. My only gripe with this restaurant are the prices. Expect to pay for one glass of (good) champagne , one glass of (very mediocre) wine, a pasta and a small cheese platter dessert and no coffee more than 50 euro. This does however not deter the wealthy clientele, as the place was packed. Making reservations in advance is advisable.