Food was good, but Ive had better. Esp chips were not according to my taste. The fish could have been a bit more seasoned. But overall, well worth a visit, very elegant and delicious.
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We were lucky to find a free table in this small fish&chips place, which is normally full. I've had one of the best fried fish I've tasted accompanied with a delicious tartar sauce. The samphire and cucumber salad was too acidic for my liking but...More
This is a lovely, small restaurant very close to the Grand Place. Getting a table can be hard, since it's very popular and there aren't that many tables. However, it's totally worth it. The fish itself is good but nothing out of the ordinary. The...More
Small place, fast service and delicious fresh fish. Type of fish is married to the platter and changes daily (and during the day due to demand). Ordered the spicy mussels and the lemon basil fish and chips. Never had fried mussels and these didn’t disappoint...More
This is a small restaurant. All tables busy when arriving at 7pm, we waited 5 min outside before a table becomes free. tables are rather close to each other, so whenever you want to sit, you are going to any the persons' at the other...More
I day dream about this meal almost on a daily basis! Go, just go and enjoy. Staff were great, super friendly and helpful when making decisions, food was tasty and great portion size for price. My favourite meal while in Brussels!
I am not a fan of fish, but this place is just amazing. Fast, polite and helpful service, tasty food and a nice space. Took a "classic ponko" for 12 eur but couldn't finish it. Portions are just huge. Maybe they should create an opportunity...More
Bia Mara is Seafood (in Irish!) and serves up delicious, good quality, reasonably priced food. What you get on any day depends on what is available in the market. 12 Euros for fish and chips a stone's throw from the Grande Place in Brussels is...More