We had some problems finding a restaurant in Belgium (first in Bruges, then in Brussels) because they use to close at 9pm (which is not exactly like in Switzerland or in Italy). We also got some problems booking a table, as many restaurants weren't answering to the phone. So we asked the reception of our hotel and they suggested the Brasserie Royal. I have to admit that it was a great suggestion: the restaurant is located in a nice area, not far from the Grande Place, but not touristic at all. The girl who served us was really friendly and kind. I got an entrée of croquettes au crevettes (soooo goood) and croquettes au fromage, and then a "duo" of tartare. The tartare is a bit difference from the one we're used to, but it was good. The furnitures is modern and the kitchen is open space, so you can see who is cooking and how they cook. Price was absolutely normal. The only negative point is that it was a bit noisy.
I would recommend it.
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