Lovely Art Nouveau setting in a quiet part of Brussels, slightly off the beaten track. Very welcoming owners, quick service and good prices and delicious pittas. Trendy and unique spot to visit. Highly recommended!
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I've been going there since the university days, and it hasn't changed since. This traditional pitta restaurant is still excellent value in a wonderful classic and historical decor. Its location, a stone throw from the posh Sablon area is definitely another great asset. Service is...More
Been a perroquet fan for years. However, during the past year the quality of sevice has gone down dramatically. Today we waited for over one hour for our food...just pitas! Service and organisation is total caos. Pitas are fun but meat quality also going down....More
Le perroquet never disappoints. Simple, delicious pitta's. I've been going to this place for over 15years and it always remained delicious. Nice staff, good food and great price! I definitely recommend this place if you're looking for an easy nice bite. The interior has a...More
I have known this place for a long time and it has never been a disappointment. The pitas are great and the service too. Not your usual pita or kebab. It is much more elaborated. I highly recommend this place for a good lunch in...More
The restaurant is located between Palais de Justice and the Grande Place. Parking on the street is possible but sparse. They have an inside and outside dining area. The inside is decorated in the style of the art nouveau and is great. We had beers...More
It is a small café where you can have different and nice food. The main dishes are pitas, quite original with lots of ingredients to chose and served with some tasty sauces. The atmosphere is nice too both outside and inside, with vintage tiles and...More
Really the perfect alternative to the all-too-common and touristy Belgian fries / waffles. Although from the outside nothing tells it's special, the menu is original, varied and tasty. On top, the service is fast and friendly.
Came across this restaurant meandering looking at art houses and antique shops. Had a bright orange canopy which attracted us to check this place out. It was a Sunday afternoon and the restaurant was extremely busy It had an interesting menu with most of the...More