The scenery is wonderful indeed! A great variety of old photos and posters, replicas of paintings and old advertisements (like the one of the luxurious Simplon express train) on the walls, together with old toys and "needful" nothings on shelves. All in all a very nice and colorful decor that creates all rosy expectations for a sky high culinary delight. Things are not exactly as joyful as the first optical impression... Though the place is small (internal settings for winter time) the service is rather late. The red wine of the house was nothing much and I decided: let it be sparkling water instead. The first (hors d' oevre) was croquettes with crevettes, that is tiny small Belgian shrimps in a lot of creamy chease croqeutte. The taste was creamy than reminding anything coming out of sea. The meat portion (main dish) was huge but very tough (I could not manage it even with the special meat knife).
The double espresso was the best. This offered food quality was also overpriced -even for business paying levels.
Saint Boniface church area looks very touristic and maybe this is problem of the whole area (medium quality, served in a glorious and glossy packing, at a high price), I am afraid.
Not a place for light dinner cuisine as well, as greasy cooking is a must here..
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