Fodor's Expert Review Auberge Napoleon
$$$$ Meise Dinner
This elegant dining spot has a charming terrace surrounded by a grassy lawn and trees. The menu is grandiose but not afraid of the more interesting rural delights of French cooking, from saddle of hare to fillet of fawn via a number of interesting pheasant dishes. Just as exciting is its new food-sharing menu, as it tries to capture the postgarden walk-in crowd, where baked sweetbreads, caviar, and Duroc pork belly offer a more classically French take on the format.
Meise, Flanders 1860, Belgium
- Refined cooking in a gorgeous garden setting
- The sharing plates are really different than the usual fare
- The wine selection is mostly French and excellent
Rate Includes: Closed Sun. and Mon. No dinner Tues. and Wed. No lunch Sat.