Food and drink
Serves all the Belgian classics such as tomate aux crevettes d'Ostende, lapin à la gueuze and waterzooi, but excels at mussels recipes. There’s a large selection of French wines — particularly Bordeaux — to choose from.
It’s very snug thanks to the low ceilings, gingham tablecloths and old beer adverts scattered across the walls. The clientele are a mixture of locals and the odd tourist.
My waiter was incredibly welcoming and charming.
On a quiet square in the west of town, a short walk from Bourse metro station and the Halles St-Gery.
Starters 11—16 euros, mains 14—30 euros, desserts 7—8 euros.
Tables to book
Book, or try and sit, at the front of the restaurant which is in the original part of the house and has the most character. However, some travellers may find the very narrow wooden benches uncomfortable.
- Mature travellers