The food was ok, there is a menu and some specials. We had the 'chasse' from the specials which was ok, not bad but not so tasty either. We also had the 'tarte tatin' as desert, ok.. the food overall is well presented but seriously...More
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Place is small an easily run out of space for dinner, better reserve. The service is lovely and pleasant, no pressure on order and willing to explain the dishes. Food was nice, not astonishing but intriguing. As usual i do in restaurant i pick the...More
Located in a rather funky part of Brussels Restaurant St Boniface specializes in Lyon and Norman style French food. It’s a small bistro with a warm welcome from Madame. Specials are available along with an extensive menu of Lyon and Norman specialities. One special was...More
The place is very cosy and the service is great. The steak tartare is great, but the rumpsteak was sub-par. On the expensive side compared to other restaurants in the area - 20 to 30 euro per main dish. My guess is that it's better...More
The Saint Boniface is one of our favourite restaurants. It's a bit more expensive than other restaurants in the area, but the quality is miles better. The food is South-Western French and unfailingly delicious. It's a family-run affair, with Véronique in front of house, her...More
Tasty, succulent French classics, decent house red, interesting specials, cosy atmosphere, the desserts are great if you've still got room, always happy with our dinner.
We recently had dinner at Saint Bonicafe. Good food, friendly and service minded staff, informal atmosphere - really what you need and want.
A cosy, inviting little restaurant with two small rooms, burgundy walls covered with an eclectic mix of photos, posters, etc. Red checked table cloths, subtle but adequate lighting, warm reception, good food, good service, what more could you possibly want? The oysters were the best...More