Everything about this restaurant is concentrated on the fantastic food it produces from the kitchen.
There is not much to see in the restaurant itself, quite a plain room with upholstered bench seating down one side, with plain chairs against the few small square tables running its length. This is not to say that the atmosphere is lacking too, far from it. Depending on your fellow diners conversations could be easy to strike up as it is a small room and the tables close together.
The food is amazing! We deliberately sought out a true Belgian restaurant to experience, and the thought and attention to flavour of the food we were served emphasised our decision was a correct one.
This restaurant does NOT accept bookings, so if you want to ensure a seat, you will need to arrive as they open for the evening session, or wait until late after the majority of diners have had their fill. We were the second table to be seated when we arrived and within half an hour all the tables were full.
As with anywhere in central Brussels, the majority of guests will be tourists, but we had the impression that locals are fond of Nuetnigenough too, with locals popping in and out to speak to the waiter (owner?) and sit at the bar for a quick bottle.
Don't expect masses of room. Don't expect grand decoration. Don't expect high brow conversation with Lords and Ladies. Don't expect tiny sculptured works of art on odd shaped plates that are better photographed than eaten. DO expect fabulous food. Do expect full flavour. DO expect good service from friendly staff. Do expect to have a brilliant meal in a good local restaurant. You will NOT be disappointed.
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