Very good african food, in a place with a very characteristic atmosphere in the heart of Matinge. If you are lucky to go there and listen to some music it can easily become an unique experience.
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I really enjoyed the retro feel of this L'horloge du Sud when I visited on a Friday evening. It has the appearance of a slightly-seen-better-days cafe/dance hall with it's bamboo walls and large mirror, alongside great paintings on the stairway. The crowd were very mixed...More
Food is excellent. Menu is extensive and allows you to sample very well prepared dishes form all over Africa. the Plantains are so well cooked it is difficult to describe the taste! together with efficient staff and fantastic atmosphere this is very good place to...More
A nice restaurant with a friendly and positive atmosphere. It sometimes offers live music and shows. The African food is well-cooked and not.heavy at all! The "plats du jour" are often worth to try! The only negative note is coffee: if you like espresso, drink...More
Nice and tasty, this restaurant offers a different option. Worth a visit if you are in the area. One drawback: service is a bit slow, so do not go there in a hurry.
Visited this packed out little restaurant on a Saturday night. Great beer and very tasty food. Ours took a while to arrive, however they did explain afterwards that there had been a function on upstairs. Don't sit too near the door, it can be a...More
On the Waversesteenweg on the corner with Troon, you van enjoy a lovely African fusion meal for a very reasonable price. Especially for those working in the EU quarter, it is a relaxing experience. I had a marvellous 'liboke', fish and vegetables cooked in banana...More
Warm staff and home made food. Great selection of beers and delicate flavours from central Africa. Highly recommended for a funky night in Brussels. Also excellent for remote working, sipping fresh mint tea and getting some work done. Thumbs up!