Open since 1882, this Brussels institution is a fun lively place to have dinner and a major favorite with locals. The cuisine is decidedly Belgian, with anguilles au vert (eels in a green sauce) and hearty carbonnades on the menu, and best accompanied by a good beer. Naturally, everything is served with frites, and be sure to ask for the tasty homemade mayonnaise. If you're feeling too full to tackle a whole dessert, you can order a half portion.
Sep 27, 2006
Very good local restaurant in a very touristy area. Service was great. Had a very French feeling to it. Price for a three course lunch was 21 Euro.