We found hair on a chip and they didn't apologize for it. A spoon fell on the ground and they picked it up and gave it to us. A soup costs 10 €. The only good part was the slightly above average food.
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I was invited by a friend to go there.. While it's a restaurant you would easily pass by because it doesn't look very attractive, the managers make it kind of their own through adapted decoration and a varying menu. I opted for the Kabeljauw with...More
Delicious Italian food (no pizza), served with a smile by Fililppo (the owner of the place). Try the home-made limoncello afterwards! Not expensive at all. I could eat here every week!
We went in this restaurant with 2 friends. It was just amazing. The staff is very nice and the boss is a pure italian guy just incredibly sympathic!!! The food was authentic, veeeeery good and we spent a great time overthere. The decoration is soooo...More
I am Italian, living in Brussels, and wanted to try this restaurant out, as it has good reviews on Tripadvisor. I have been there on a Saturday evening with some friends (5 in total). I found it average at best. Owner was rude and acting...More
Let apart the behaviour of the owner that is not always the most suitable, the plate of spaghetti vongole was too fatty, not enough tasty. I can tell they didn't finish the cooking of pasta in the pan with the shells like it's supposed to...More
Authentic Italian restaurant. It was my first visit but I felt immediately very welcome. Good choise of pasta dishes. I ordered pasta with vongole. It was a great dish, not only by te size, but by the quality of the ingredients; fresh quality, full of...More
We've been going to Filippo's since it opened 15 years ago. Loved every visit there! There's an amazing choice on the menu and the daily suggestions are also well-worth a try.
I would not define this restaurant having "reasonable prices" when for a plate of pasta you are charged 18 euros...For having only 1 pasta meal/each + some wine, we ended up to pay around 32 euros per person. I am Italian myself, and I was...More