We tried its breakfast 2, which included two pieces of pastry, coffee and orange juice, and its omelette. I would say both were acceptable but expensive compare to what you get.
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We stumbled upon Le Petit Boxeur one evening while strolling around Brussels and decided to try it out. It had a very cozy atmosphere and the gentleman in charge was very friendly. The foie gras was amazing as was the confit duck leg. All in...More
A friendly atmosphere welcome you in this small restaurant with belgian cuisine. One of my favourite in Bruxelles.
Went there with a friend and have been sending people over since. Typical belgian/french food of very good quality. A tiny bit pricey, but the quality of the products are worth it. Also very much in the centre of Brussels when you're visiting. Will go...More
Had lunch in the sunshine whilst passing through Brussels on the recommendation of a friend. Excellent food, good champagne! The place is small but lovely, very classic, exactly what we wabtes. The tuna tartare was outstanding and the carbonnade de boeuf was also delicious. The...More
Myself and my wife went here before a concert in Ancienne Belgique. It's a perfect location in the centre of Brussels, and the restaurant has a lovely cosy atmosphere inside. The waiter was very welcoming and the service was very good. The little puff pastry...More
We found this place through TripAdvisor. We went at night round 9 pm. It's a small and old place that is rather charming and cozy. The wine was excellent as advices by the restaurant owner. The carpaccio was very tasty and the lamb ribs were...More
We walked around Brussels looking for a place to eat for around 45 minutes in the main square. Lots of choice and lots of places rammed with people. However we took the chance on one last corner and stumbled across this beautiful quaint restaurant. The...More
Went here 3 times last 5 years. First 2 times were very good experiences. A little more expensive, but very well spent at the time. Last visit was a disapointment. Setting was still what it is but service was a lot more distant and a...More