Reviews on Mediterranean food in Ternat, Flemish Brabant Province, Belgium. Ternat is a municipality located in the Belgian province of Flemish Brabant. The municipality comprises the villages of Sint-Katherina-Lombeek, Ternat proper and Wambeek. On January 1, 2006 Ternat had a total population of 14,625.
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4 based on 178 reviews
Been there more than once.Pizza is always good or even very good. Other dishes I've had some mixed feelings.If it is too crowed it gets too noisy and the atmosphere is poor.Staff is friendly but a lot of them don't speak Flemish, our official regional language, which I find somewhat annoying.I would say. Go and try but if you see that it's crowed try your luck somewhere else.Ternat has at least 5 other places that are as good as this one.
4 based on 201 reviews
We had the 3 courses lunch menu (€39,50) which left us the choice between 3 starters, 3 main courses and 3 desserts. The salmon and squid carpaccio was really delicious (very well seasoned, all tastes in balance). The scampi fritti were a bit less surprising, but very ok. Our main courses where the escalopa with eggplant and parmezan cheese with pasta and the home-made ravioli, which we both experienced as a success. We both had the home-made tiramisu as a dessert. Simple but good red house wine. It's not really cheap, but certainly worth it for what you get.
5 based on 47 reviews
Epic food worth a visit really nice staff and super keen to check we where happy had the house mezze
4 based on 205 reviews
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We made reservation 1 hour before lunch. A table for 2 was still possible, and we got a very nice table in the back of the restaurant, at the window. I loved the welcoming right away. This is a no nonsense place. No unnecessary chitchat, just to the point, taking the coat, appointing a table and get informed about how things go. The 3 course lunch goes for a reasonable 60 EUR, including 1 glass of wine. Everything was perfect from starter to the dessert. For the starter and the main course, we could choose 1 out of 2 suggestions. The coffee was not top class. Nespresso if I'm not mistaken. It's ok, but a home made Lavazza would undoubtedly have tasted better.The waiters are friendly and to the point. They have an eye for detail. Supposedly, there's a parking possibilities in the neighbourhood, but you might want to inform before hand. The restaurant is situated on a big avenue, but it is very discreet. Loved the experience. Will be back.
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