Had dinner here tonight. Great service, delicious food, lively atmosphere. If you
are staying in Brussels for a few nights, give yourself a break from the touristy places located around the Grand Place and hang out with the locals at this charming spot. Eclectic menu that offers tapas, traditional Belgium and French cuisines. The tapas were great. We had the meatballs, chorizo, and ratatouille with warm goat cheese. For the main, we shared the Greek salad and the traditional Belgium beef stew - all were excellent. The attentive staff makes you really feel at home.
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