Not much to look at from the outside and not very busy (especially considering the area, which is just off Sablon) but really delicious, well presented food from quite an eclectic menu. For a starter I had two cheese croquettes with ham, cooked chicory and a nice salad (€13) followed by guinea fowl in a delicious ginger, slightly oriental style, sauce with rice and a tasty mix of vegetables (fine beans, carrots and onion) (€18). Each course was very substantial and delicious. Very nice brown bread, with two glasses of decent house red the bill came to €39.40. Really friendly and very pleasant service. Only slight downside was the laminated menu (also in English). Highly recommended.
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