I went there for lunch. The entrence for the restaurant is not obvious, you enter by the store at the right of the restaurant. If you want newspaper, they are also in the store part of the restaurant.
Ambiance was great. Waitress are dressed in a folkloric belgian dress.
The menu is composed of sandwiches(panini) and quiches. I know they are famed for their breakfast but i didn't sample it.
They serve you water on mason like pot, filled with ice and lemon and a straw.
I took the carot/califlower soup wich taste great and had an pleasent never tated before flavor.
I took the chicken breast, wich come with a Boston salad and an oven baked potatoe serve with sour cream. The chicken was covered with a delicious white sauce, with a never tasted before taste.
They are knowned for their desserts, but i was full and didn't try it.
The service was fast.
My lunch cost me like 15$+tx and i took the most expensive lunch "table d'hôte". This place offer a great price/quality value.
The menu is somewhat limited for my taste, but i would go back there again to taste their quiche.
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