When to dinner with a few friends at this charming bistro. Decor is great. Food is very good but service is very very slow. When u decide to dine here Allow yourself a good 2 hours. Worth it if you're in no rush.
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It's really hidden in the end of long street BUT IT MAKES SENSE TO LOOK FOR IT. Truffles, fish, meat and whatever in their hands became festival and symphony for your taste buds. As I said before - Belgians are maniacs for food !!!
I arrived with my 18 month old daughter and we were given all type of excuses not to accept us. A polite and diplomatic way out would have worked, sending us to the snack bar across was unacceptable. Otherwise, the place is cozy and the...More
This my absolutely favourite restaurant. Cosy, great food, nice people, good wine..... Everything you need to feel happy......
The bistrot or restaurant, is extremely cozy, tastefully decorated. Great menu with a variety of fish and meats. Fantastic and charming service by a team who likes to look after the guests...The food was outstanding in quality.....portions very large.
We reserved by phone only a few hours before we wanted to go, but we still could have a nice table. We were greeted very enthousiastic. Staff was very friendly ... During out visit a lot of regular guests also arrived in this restaurant and...More
Very cosy restaurant located at Oosthoekplein, of which the setting reminds me of Carmel-by-the-sea. One of my favorite dishes is the grilled "sole meunière" with pommes allumettes or the "américain preparé". Above average prices but worth the visit!
Running 20min late (three children had to be made ready) while feeling sorry is one thing. Being sent away in the most despicable way right at the front door while being accused of not having shown up at time is another. I can only explain...More
second visit here and was a great evening. decor is cosy, food was very good, staff was very helpful but understaffed. very nice fish dishes and a great wine list. will definitely b back.