Even when neighboring restaurants on Grand Sablon are empty, this one is full. A rack of glossy magazines is a thoughtful touch for lone diners, and you're equally welcome whether you order a cup of coffee or a full meal. The short menu emphasizes Brussels specialties, and portions are substantial. The owner, a wine importer, serves unusually good wine for the price, by the glass or bottle.
Mar 8, 2002
I somewhat stumbled into this establishment looking for a good Belgian lunch and I was not disapoointed. The servers do not speak very good English but they tried very hard to acquaint me to the menu. I had the craziest entree on the menu (for Americans, anyway) - which is the Pig's Feet a la Bruxelloise, it was absolutely fantastic, and my only regret was that I didn't have big enough a stomach to try more of their items. Will go again if I ever
get a chance to. Also a good place to get a good glimpse of Belgian life.