Mediocre food and the staff .. despite checking .. kept telling me that Croquet Potato with breadcrumbs was Gluten Free .. and no apology .. just some overcooked boiled potatoes instead.
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This is a very cute restaurant in the Marolles quarter. The menu is full of authentic Belgian dishes and the prices are reasonable. The staff was polite and fluent in not only English, but also French and Dutch. The food was very tasty.
I stumbled upon this one when looking for somewhere to have dinner. The place I was meant to go to was fully booked out. Simple. Drinkable house red and modest menu. Tasty. Chef knows his stuff and plates well, food is simply delicious. Real. This...More
Really enjoyed our classic Belgian dishes - 'Carbonnade' and 'Stoemp'. Very good steak too. Interesting draught beers available. Staff were very attentive and friendly, made for a very convivial atmosphere.
Nice old fashion decor. Quaint but the prix fixe menu for lunch was very disappointed. A few shop vegetable together with no much dressing and a too soft toast on the side. Two meat boulettes that were ok with croquettes that did not taste home...More
I had dinner with a native Brussels colleague, who let me know that this is a good example of classic Belgium food. He had their beef stew and I had the rabbit, something you don't see in the states. It was served with a unique...More
We found this place by chance on our first evening in Brussels, and decided it looked like it would have authentic Belgian cuisine and we weren't wrong. The food was fabulous (with generous portion sizes) great beers and wines, and really friendly service from the...More
This restaurant is equipped with café tables from the last century. A long bench along the wall with mirrors on the walls create a cosy atmosphere. The House serves traditional and regional dishes, as well as special Belgian beers. The service is friendly and fast....More
Very good atmosphere, nice Belgian food. good quality of products and very quick service and kind staff