More than a century old, this cheerful restaurant has expanded over the years into a row of eight old houses, while its franchises can now be found across Belgium and in France. It's a reliable choice on the restaurant-lined rue des Bouchers—just don't expect to see any locals eating here. Heaped plates of mussels and other Belgian specialties, such as anguilles en vert (eels in an herb sauce) and fish soup, are continually served.
Jan 13, 2007
Clean, efficient, well-prepared and reasonably priced Belgian specialities, including a number of moules et frites preparations. Be friendly, they are friendly; be serious, they will serve efficiently and move on.