We had moulles&frittes and entrecôte. Both was very good. The service was very good. We liked the venue. The backgroundmusic was call and not too high.
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I knew that sitting down in the main square is going to be expensive, but our experience here was worse than I expected. Although the draught beer was good, the chips were (a) very few in quantity, and (b) the worst quality chips we ate...More
Maybe the fact the restaurant is somewhat outside the tourist area has an impact on the prices. But it is not acceptable to pay 5,50€ for a half liter bottle of water and 30€ for a bottle of Côte du Rhône. The desert menu looks...More
The restaurant is very well located, both for outside (nice terrace) as inside (quite cosy) eating, downtown Brussels at a quiet lovely square (with several restaurants). Menu is elaborate and offers a large variety of dishes. There are also suggestions of the day. The atmosphere...More
I started at a footpath table but as it was slightly chilly I moved inside - to a comfortable red velvet banquette. Tiger prawns to start with - very tasty and peeled for clients' convenience! followed by a delicious selection (huge serving) of tempura vegetables....More
We were in the area in hope of getting a cancellation for a very highly rated restaurant across the street but had no luck. La Brasserie was a very satisfying substitute--- the service was gracious and timely and the food was excellent. We had decadent...More
Nice spot in the heart of Brussels. Staff very friendly and attentive, and a good menu. We were all excited about the escargot and were not disappointed. Main course also very nice and an excellent wine list. Would recommend.
Went on the basis of recommendation by my hotel concierge- quiet place, good for solo dining. Haricots vert (a side dish which I had for an starter) were amazing; the duck with honey and spices was delicious- and nicely priced wine. The wait staff were...More