Amazing place, delicious food and wonderful owners. Very fresh fish and all need are satisfied. High recommended!!!
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The chef, Benoit, and his wife are the only persons working there, and they do it so well. The food is very good and fresh. Benoit knows about wines, and selects very nice ones. If you need an advice, don't hesitate to talk to him!...More
On a recent week-end away in Europe, we spent Saturday in Antwerp and then on Sunday morning we drove an hour south to visit the Waterloo battlefield site with its new visitor centre. For anyone with an interest in the Napoleonic era I cannot recommend...More
I've never been here, but the food looks amazing so I would suggest stopping for a meal. I researched this place for a class project, and it certainly looks great in a slide show.
Very pleasant restaurant with good food and charming owners in a nice a decor. Just the place to be for a fun evening,
We had a great time at this restaurant. Nice people, excellent food and a cozy backyard. Go for the menues; best deal!
very small restaurant, look like "table d'hôte", the lady who serve us was friendly and she told us her husband was the cooker?? We appreciate the food, very correctly done But the atmosphere was little bit too quiet, you go there for eating not for...More
Very pretty terrace and garden, inside setting nice but not special, good service and good food. I would not rank it number 1 in Waterloo though. Right now, on wendsdays and thursdays evening, you can get a free menu when you order 2 menus. Pretty...More
This restaurant is simply perfect. Best food- so colorful garden-owners charming and welcoming. We had perfect meals. Thank you!!! Elegance since the beginning to the end... The Menu have a fixed price with two lists of dinners and main courses to choice. List wine was...More
This place is an hidden gem, especially if you pay a visit during the summmer and you sit on the terrace, so quiet and so nice with the flowers... The choice on the menu card will satisfy all the tastes and expectations, some revisited basics...More