Great food, delicious Moroccan rosé, super dedicated service, nothing I could possibly complain about. We'll assuredly be back.
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We went there for a weekday lunch; we received a warm welcome and the food was excellent. The choice is not enormous, but the food is freshly cooked and delicious, the staff were friendly and helpful, the decor is authentic, and the prices are democratic....More
Like any very good restaurant, the menu is limited, quality exceptional, and service is good. We tried lamp tagine with prunes and figs and tagine lentils with marguez. The lamb was mouth-wateringly soft and the lentils, although very soft, still were green. Went for a...More
We went there for a Friday lunch - the smell of old furniture/canalisation inside was not welcoming. The portions are quite generous, on top of that you can pick a salad as a starter from a salad bar (8 sorts of different salads) and it;s...More
We visited this restaurant on the basis of reviews, and because we were keen to try something a little different while in Brussels - and I'm really pleased we did because this fantastic little restaurant served one of the best meals I've eaten in a...More
The menu mainly consists of couscous dishes and tagines. My friend and I both took a different couscous dish. The dishes proved to be freshly cooked, plentiful and served with quality, fresh sides. Moreover, prices are very reasonable. Service was friendly. The restaurant also offers...More
Okay, so nothing seemed to be open in Brussels on a Sunday night. My colleague and I roamed the streets looking for something, anything. In the corner was Le Palais Delices. We entered and had one of the most wonderful meals. Really!!!! The food was...More