Friendly service and huge portion of moule. The fries were excellent. The food came really fast. Good for lunch.
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This family run restaurant has been serving up delicious mussels for decades. The atmosphere has always been warm and welcoming to their customers who tend to be Waterloo residents and expats. The decor is dated but that's not why one comes here as it's all about the mussels in their various presentations and the ambience.
This a slightly quirky restaurant on the road out of Waterloo specialising in seafood. Overall the mussel and other shellfish dishes were quite reasonable and the house white wine was very palatable. A fun place to eat more than a gastronomic treat.
Calamari starter was nice, not chewy so just right. Main course a Paella for two, couldn't eat it all, fantastic selection of mussels, shrimps, chorizo, chicken, wells etc. Friendly host and reasonable prices.
It's nice to get away from the town centre and to find somewhere nice to have lunch. La Moule à Gogo was recommended to me by a friend living nearby so did not hesitate to drop by. No reservation needed that day, the place was very quiet. We sat on the terrace and to be fair the whole decor could... More
We had Sunday lunch at this very pleasant restaurant. The atmosphere was very friendly and the food delicious. The owner was very attentive and helpful. It's the type of place where you can linger on with a few drinks. I can happily recommend it.
April mussels were very good at this nice restaurant, a little bit oldish but with good quality. The owners are charming.
The food tasted good; our friends who were craving mussels liked them. Service was acceptable early in the evening, but as the it got later the one waitress had her hands full. The restaurant itself has very old and dated décor, prices way above the normal range for this type of food.
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