We were recommended this restaurant by our hotel and what a lovely little gem it was too! First recommendation - make sure you have a reservation as it is pleasantly buzzing, with lots of locals (always a good sign) and without a reservation you will struggle to get in! Although it is just steps from the Grand Place, it is tucked away down a side street and very unostentatious from the outside, but once inside........!
The decor is quaint and Margritte with nice subdued lighting, setting a romantic atmosphere. Service was excellent but it was the food and portions that really excelled.
The bread was very tasty and fresh but the starters of Foie Gras and duck rilletes were really tasty and ample portions! Then the mains! My lamb shank was really delicious and the meat tender and meltingly fell off the bone. My wife's steak was perfect and she loved the gratin potatoes. We chose the offered red wine which was lovely and warmingly spicy! Mmmm.
The bill was only 130 euros including tip for a lovely experience - so good in fact we immediately reserved again for our departing lunch where the mussels I had were far superior to the ones I had had at a restaurant on the Grand Place only 2 days earlier.
When we go back to Brussels, we will definitely return here!
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