This small dining chain, now also boasting a restaurant on the Champs Elysees in Paris, started in Brussels. For most tourists, this is the place to ... More
This small dining chain, now also boasting a restaurant on the Champs Elysees in Paris, started in Brussels. For most tourists, this is the place to sample Belgian cuisine and mussels. The decor is simple and modern, and the salon always seems crowded. The kitchen is best known for its moules-frites (mussels and french fries), but other quality seafood dishes are also available. Outdoor service is available during the summer.
I enjoyed the atmosphere here. I felt like it was not just a tourist trap like others in the area, but seemed to have locals there enjoying the food too.
The mussels were the best. Savory and tender. I always order the mussels au gratin. My husband likes the steamed best. Try the escargot too. Just write on the galic butter and tender too,
What a fantastic introduction to Belgian cuisine if you only have one meal to experience! The mussels here will make a convert out of anyone who hasn't had them or wanted to eat them before. It's a fun dining experience too, the waiter we had was friendly and amusing. I highly recommend this to anyone who has a chance to pop by on their way to the Grote Markt/Grande Place. Delicieux!
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