Food and drink
They concentrate their efforts on serving high-quality, seasonal fish dishes. The presentation isn’t always top-notch, but by god is the food good.
There are a handful of house specialities, but here less really is more so I’d opt for the classic sole meunière.
The air is infused with the rich aroma of creamy fish sauce. The faded-green décor of the downstairs dining room borders on twee, but upstairs is decorated in a livelier shade of red and has views of Eglise Notre Dame du Sablon. During the day, businesspeople come here to impress their clients, and in the evening mature couples come for anniversary dinners and other special occasions.
The blue-apron gentlemen waiters are a tad serious, but incredibly professional.
On the stately Grand Sablon square, opposite Le Pain Quotiden bakery, in the south of town.
Mains range from 30 euros to 65 euros — unless you opt for the Royal Belgian caviar, then you’re straight into triple figures. The oysters start at 35 euros for nine, while the cockles are a bit more affordable at 12.50 for six. Puddings are pricey at 11 euros.
- Business travellers
- Mature travellers
- Special occasions