Open Hours: Bar: 11a-2a M-F, 4p-2a Sa, Restaurant: noon-2:30p & 7p-10p M-F, 7p-10p Sa
The interior of this magnificent restaurant is stunning, featuring wooden benches supplied from an antique tram. It is an excellent choice for a quiet ... More
De Ultieme Hallucinatie
The interior of this magnificent restaurant is stunning, featuring wooden benches supplied from an antique tram. It is an excellent choice for a quiet meal. The kitchen serves up modern French cuisine at reasonable prices. The house specialties are fish and wild game. Try the delicious endive salad with smoked salmon. The restaurant's name refers to one of the rather unusual habits of Victor Horta, the great art nouveau architect. He grew mushrooms in his cellar, but not to eat.
The interior of this place deserves 2.5 stars on its own, this beautiful Horta house is well kept and still breaths Art nouveau.(ask for a tour if it's not too busy). The rest of the stars will be divided over the kitchen and the staff. Staff is multi lingual (French, German, English and Flemish) and friendly.The kitchen is French based with a Flemish touch. Don't forget to visit the beautiful brasserie.
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