The place to be if you are looking for the typical atmosphere, menu and service of the best brasseries of Paris. Often imitated, never equaled. A few minutes away from the Avenue Louise, opposite Bois de la Cambre, escape Brussels and enjoy Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg and Bordeaux for a lunch, a dinner, until late into the night.
Lunch with family Went for lunch on Saturday with family. We arrived a bit before 1 and were seated immediately (we had reservations). Food: I had oysters as a starter, nicely served, very simple. They have a vary big oyster card so you should be able to find some you like. As a main I had gambas with taboulet and it was nicely served, the gambas prepared so that they were easy to peal. For dessert I had the tarte au sucre, very sweet but very good. Our whole table was very happy with the food, no complaints whatsoever. The prices was about 275 for 5 people. So not the cheapest... (4 starters, 5 mains, 2 deserts, 3 coffees, 2 bottles of wine and a bottle of water) Service This is a typical brasserie and the service is adapted to it. You could say it is cold but I find it to be very typical 'parisien'. Ambience It is not a place where you go for the warm welcome but for the nice decor and the food. There is a parking service so you do not have to look for a parking space, very convenient. Overall, a good place to go for the decor but I do agree that there might be places that have good seafood as well and are maybe a bit cheaper and with a warmer ambience.
Went there...with group of 10 people....service was horrible......food was mediocre.....in a fish restaurant you would expect a fish knife when eating sole....Sole was rubber with the type of fish offered,,,,,again...service was extremely rude...and food was served in a mediocre way..... The noise level and temperature were high.....so after dinner we decided to sit outside for after dinner drink....after waiting for 25 minutes for service, I asked for service.......while the terrace was empty and after having spent 500 Eurs + for dinner, we were asked if we planned on eating?? Definitely not worth 1/2 the price...the seafood may be fresh. and just as fresh or more..but Cafe Maris down the street is a better bargain...and Ft Jaco restaurant in Ft Jaco hands down is better on both food quality and SERVICE
The place to be if you are looking for the typical atmosphere, menu and service of the best brasseries of Paris. Often imitated, never equaled. A few minutes away from the Avenue Louise, opposite Bois de la Cambre, escape Brussels and enjoy Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg and Bordeaux for a lunch, a dinner, until late into the night. Enjoy the best oysters, seafood, brasserie cuisine, exceptional meat, the most surprising and prestigious wines. Splendid terrace next to Bois de la Cambre, warmed up in the winter. Exceptional "Belle Epoque" decor. Valet parking.
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Restaurant Brasserie , fish - seafood and oysterbar in Ukkel
|Monday :||12:00 - 23:00 & 12:00 - 23:00|
|Tuesday :||12:00 - 23:00 & 12:00 - 23:00|
|Wednesday :||12:00 - 23:00 & 12:00 - 23:00|
|Thursday :||12:00 - 23:00 & 12:00 - 23:00|
|Friday :||12:00 - 24:00 & 12:00 - 24:00|
|Saturday :||12:00 - 24:00 & 12:00 - 24:00|
|Sunday :||12:00 - 22:00 & 12:00 - 22:00|
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