A tiny little place it is this nice restaurant. I have been going to this place for 14 years now and it never let down the reasons why I returned - good to great food with a menu taking you through the corners of great rural French cuisine. Brave plates with one of the only places in Brussels that will proudly serve you a 5A andouillete. Wine choice is there and on offer you have the best of both known and not so known French wines. The lady owner of the place is always there to serve you and guide through the choices and she is running the place with a lot of efficiency yet friendly touch. The sweet end of the meal is the best example of how a desert list should look in every restaurant that understand its importance. Prices are on the upper side but well justified for the food quality/location/ambiance. There is a small terrace on the back for those warm days in Brussels and, should you enjoy being in the crowd, there are few tables on the pedestrian walk in front of the restaurant. One should try the place for a quiet, excellent quality dinner.
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