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All reviews rabbit sausage and mash lapin endive spare ribs salad pork tiramisu steak belgian food no credit cards wait for a table big portions worth the wait relaxed atmosphere great beer visiting brussels
Il ristorante e' sempre molto pieno quindi consiglio di andarci per pranzo e non in orario di punta. (Ho provato ad andarci di venerdi' sera ma l'attesa era di un ora, sabato a pranzo invece era molto piu' tranquillo)
Il menu' per il cibo e'...More
This restaurant used to be very popular even five years ago. I guess they built their reputation with great food and service at honest prices. This time I took a carbonnade and a Trappist beer. The main was abundant and delicious, the drink awesome. Strongly...More
Very nice old school space, great service, meals written out on a large chalkboard. Traditional Belgian food with an addition of a few "international" meals.
I went for the Lapin a la Kriek - rabbit cooked in cherry beer. It was delicious. Poirot himself would...More
Favourite place to eat traditional food in Brussels! It’s a must if you aren’t frequent in Belgium. Good location!
Carbonnades a la chimay(steak with mashed potatoes with special sauce)+ Blanche de Namur + Creme Brulee was my combination of the night!
Ordering was hard on...More
I had been there before and returned for the typical Belgian food and for the nice atmosphere of this relaxed restaurant (or eat café, as they prefer to be called). We went for a late lunch and didn’t have to wait long to be seated,...More
Got a tip from a friend to visit this place, looked on TripAdvisor, and it looked good! It was a Saturday night, and when we got there the line was almost to the door. The manager was pretty abrupt with us, but we can to...More