The menu has a good range of salads, pastas, risottos, mussels etc. Prices are a little bit expensive for this level of restaurant.
Service is usually reasonable and friendly. This was the first time we ate an evening meal here: we ordered a scampi risotto and mussels in curry sauce. We also shared a generously-sized crème brulée. All dishes were excellent. The mussels were around 24 euros, which is more or less the usual price in Brussels. The risotto was 17 euros which is slightly over-priced. We also paid 25 euros for a bottle of pretty average white wine.
On a Sunday it is a nice relaxed location for a lazy breakfast with the papers – and one of the few places that are open on a Sunday morning in the Schuman area. You can get a slightly over-priced coffee, croissant, or omelette in a relaxed environment.
On warm evenings there is seating out front, although it doesn’t get much sun after around 17:00. Beers are also more expensive than average in Schuman. However, it is a nice spot when the other (limited) terrace space in Schuman is full…
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