Find out what Asian restaurants to try in La Hulpe. La Hulpe (Dutch: Terhulpen, Walloon: L’ Elpe) is a Walloon municipality located in the Belgian province of Walloon Brabant, 20 km south-east of the centre of Brussels, but only about 3 km from the edge of the Brussels-Capital Region. On January 1, 2007, La Hulpe had a total population of 7,309. The total area is 15.60 km², including 3 km² of the Sonian Forest; this gives a population density of 463 inhabitants per km².
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4 based on 32 reviews
Ordered sushi set for take-away. It was delicious and prepared on time. We would definitely use it again.
4 based on 106 reviews
Tried Chang Thai for the first time last night, and we were not disappointed. It was quite noisy outside, being so close to E411, but inside it was lovely. The three of us shared one mixed starter,which was okay, the nems were not great,but the satay was super,and the accompanying sauces were excellent. Then we had a duck green curry, a lamb red curry and a shrimp noodle dish. All were excellent. The house red was a nice surprise, very pleasant and attractively priced. The water was priced too high at 7.50 for a large bottle, but overall this was a very good meal and represented good value for money. The staff were very pleasant too. We will return for sure!
4 based on 45 reviews
Had lunch menu at Ming's. Spacious restaurant, friendly service, good value.The beef was very tasty and my wifes chicken as well. The food was relatively standard chinese fare catered for European taste. A nice experience, made all the more nicer by the quietness of the place (no pop music etc)Summary: a valuable option to eat, very close to the train station in Genval.
4 based on 134 reviews
Alas as is way too often the case in these parts, this restaurant sacrifices service. TWO servers both times we have been - for a FULL restaurant! The first time we left after waiting nearly 45 minutes for someone to bring menu and take order. Crazy.One server quite pleasant (the young one), older one will not give you a smile.Interior's pleasantly decorateed.Quite a wide menu choice.Prices ok compared to others locally.But absolutely nothing special on your plate. No decoration, such a shame. But it was ok in taste.
4 based on 91 reviews
After checking out the menu outside I realised that there are no specific vegetarian options mentioned on the menu. I have to say this is in line with my past experiences at Chinese restaurants and my own personal comment on this is if youâre vegetarian donât eat in Chinese restaurants unless you have to. When I entered the restaurant I asked if they catered for vegetarians I was told they do. So we went in.Itâs an interesting layout with the cash tills positioned in the center of the room so where ever you sit you looking at the cash fill screen. The staff were good but some just joined. Drinks good although bar located away at one end of the room. A lively busy restaurant but the vegetarian no fish or meat spring roll was wrapped with seaweed not battered around strops of hard crunchy lettuce and some vegetables carrot strips gave a taste of the sea and was quite bland, I would have gone with a traditional battered spring roll. I ordered peking duck with pancakes but to my surprise hardly any spring onion and the pantses mixed tradition think Chinese and Belgian pancake strips. There was no finger bowl to rinse fingers from the sauce The vegetarian option main course was fried vegetables in a a acceptable sauce but very basic .The priced K. Royale and G&T over priced by 3â¬ charged full price for the main veg course 22â¬ Urmm too expensive
4 based on 67 reviews
A small quiet restaurant not far from the town hall. Discreet, but always a pleasant visit: fresh fish, probably one of the best sushi/sashimi in the region, tempuras to taste, but also chicken and other dishes prepared to your liking.the lunch boxes are truly delicious, and the red tuna is unbeatable!a little pricey maybe but well worth a visit!
4 based on 66 reviews
If you really feel like Thai this is your place, is not only cheap, but the owner speak several languages, that believe me in that region is something you take in mind, the food was fabulous and the portions where massive. Price was super fair!! Congratulations to the owner he runs proper Thai food restaurant. Keep in mind that is ONLY take away. Don missed it!
4 based on 130 reviews
We recently discovered the Rose de Cristal and were nicely surprised. Good choice of vitnamesian food and drinks. Our plates were all of good quality, tasty and good. Not too spicy. The service was fast and in particular extremely friendly. We will certainly return.
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