This is a non-typical Michelin star restaurant. Located in the middle of a small town, in a non-descript building, it is a real gem. The interior decoration is relatively simple (brown tiles on the floor; visible measonry). The staff is very friendly and attentive. The food is truly excellent and very surprising. We believed it to be a mix of (non-traditional) French cuisine with Moroccan touches rather than purely Moroccan; it certainly is not Dutch/Belgian as some other reviews mentioned. The food is very sophisticated in terms of flavours and texture. Beautifully served. Of course there is a menu to choose from. However, they also have a 3 to 9 courses surprise menu by the chef, with an optional wine arrangement. We choose the 5 courses menu. It was really excellent and not too much. The accompanying wine was perfectly matching. Their sommelier did a very good job. They have an extensive wine list, with many less known houses on it, so difficult to judge, but given their choice of wine for the 5 courses menu, we had no doubt that these should also have been well chosen. There was a full house and you then need some time: to complete the dinner, it took approx. 4 hours (interesting challenge if you take a 9 course menu!). However, it was well worth it. Note: it is not really cheap, but also here the conclusion was that it was well worth it. Also worth the trip if you are staying in the wider area. You need a car though. Free parking in a nearby public garage, depending on the time of your visit (in the evening it is free). You really should reserve well in advance or be lucky. Don't go there without calling in advance.
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