I was looking for a different kosher restaurant but when it started raining I ducked into the first place I found. What great luck! It's a pleasant place with comfortable, uncrowded seating. Isaac, the Israeli owner, quietly makes his presence known and takes care that everyone is well served. I ordered the tomato soup - simple but excellent - and the goose breast, which was a real delight. Even though it wasn't on the menu, he happily prepared for me a schnitzel sandwich that I could take away for the following day's meeting in Brussels.
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