Best French restaurants nearby. Discover the best French food in Auderghem. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for French restaurants near you.. Auderghem (former Dutch spelling, now used in French; pronounced [odəʁˈɡem]) or Oudergem (Dutch: [ˈʌudərɣɛm] ( listen)) is one of the nineteen municipalities located in the Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium.
4 based on 123 reviews
I discovered this restaurant by accident (thanks to tripadvisor).It is very reasonably priced given the quality.The dishes are of a very high quality and very inventive. The food is very fresh and the taste of the dishes is astonishingly good.The service is excellent as well. It's a bit off the beaten path, but well worth making a detour.Every few weeks the menu changes and there are totally new dishes to discover.Try this restaurant out once, and you will definitely come back (again and again ;-))
4 based on 238 reviews
Welcome to the Stirwen! To cook, to host, to satisfy...Our principle is based on our passion for gastronomy. In Brussels, at the heart of the Jourdan area, in the shadow of the European institutions, the Stirwen restaurant is a place in which well-eating
I am sorry to mark poor rating for overpricing on sparking water no matter how good at the cooking. The one litre SPA costed me 10 euro but the same one in supermarket is selling at 0.62 euro. Itâs multiple 16 times. Does it make sense? Maybe your restaurant was starred but frankly speaking itâs not my first time to try similar quality restaurant even much famous and better. Even famous hotel , Mandarin oriental hotel , itâs grill house priced their wine in multiple 3-5 only. Usually, I trust the professionalism in the restaurant and such that I didnât check the price and to follow the suggestion. Also, I donât expect such overwhelming price of water in Brussels. It wonât be happened in Paris and London. I am quite disappointed for it to make comment here!!! The staff serviced well with good suggestion on wine pairing with the starter. Impressive. One point is to remind that tuna is not fresh enuf. The main course for the pork is cooked well but the curry sauce with peanut seems not intense , not Thai, not japan, not India one. Cannot tell how it taste indeed. The side dish esp. the potato is pan well, crunchy surface and soft inside. Dessert is ok.MerciDear KidultCoolfirst of all... ouf, the food was good, and you had a relative Pleasant lunch (at least it's what you said when you left the restaurant.About the pork, it's absolutely not a curry sauce (neither japonese, indian, nor thai, nor either part of the world), just a classical french Brown jus with some peanuts butter and chinese satÃ© Insideâ¦ Nothing more ;-)Then, thanks for the 2 stars rate for your good moment in our restaurant! ;-) (it's ironic, just in case if you do not understand) your comment about the price of water gives me a platform for some explanations:your emotion is understandable, but your argument is somewhat truncated â¦Let's start from the premise that a restaurant is a for-profit company and that its goal is to make profit (in the preamble, know that it is the same prices everywhere in Brussels in this type of establishment .. and that it is cheaper than in Paris)First of all: we do not sold it really 10â¬, in fact it's 8.26 â¬, the rest is the value Added tax (1.73â¬) like mentionned on your photo â¦ we call that the TVA and it's directly for the State ;-) Secundly, after delivering in the restaurant, water costs us around 1.20â¬ â¦ yes our provider doesn't work for free (he has to pay his employees, his truck, fuel, tax, and soâ¦) --> yes we have a ratio of 6.8 for the waterâ¦ but It's quite less than in Paris where water is cheapest in supermarket (they have no tax on water in France, like we have in Belgium) and where the sold it on higher price, like Shangri-la (8â¬ for 1/2 l (5â¬ in the Stirwen) 11â¬ for a liter â¦ and with a VAT of 10% (21% in Belgium) to summarizeBelgium : buy 1.20â¬ (vat excluded) --> 8.26â¬ (vat ex) => 10â¬ (vat included) the price you payFrance : buy 0.55â¬ (vat excluded) --> 10 â¬( vat excluded) => 11 â¬ (vat included) the price you payDid you really imagine one second that a restaurant will really sell a bottle of water at 2â¬ (multiple x3.5) and earns less than 1.20â¬ for giving you a 100% cotton toppings, tablecloth,, high level porcelain and cutlery, three kinds of fresh bread, two kinds of butter (from local craftsmen), organic olive oil â¦noooo you are too smart to Believe the opposite ;-)since you stayed more than one hour at table (and it's our pleasure to se you having good time) â¦ since you were not in a crownded restaurant with no napkins where they Don't allow you to stay long time because they want to sell the table a second time and give you frozen industrial bread and butter (which has only butter in the name) â¦ and where they finally sell you water at 8â¬ .. me personnaly, I prefer giving 2more euros! For your information, It's the same argumentation about the coffee/tea thing (And just in case ofâ¦ my average multiple for wines is around 2,5 ;-) ;-) )It was a pleasure
4 based on 273 reviews
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Restaurant Au Grand Forestier is located in Watermael-Bosvoorde in the East-South of Brussels. Furnishings and decoration provide a pleasant atmosphere. Service is adequate and friendly.Au Forestier offer Ã -la-carte in brasserie style and traditional Belgian-French cuisine is served. We came on a weekday for dinner and the place was very busy, a good sign. We went for a classical Tartare-Frites and were not disappointed. Food is very well presented and the wine was nice.Recommended.Thank you very much and see you soon!
5 based on 86 reviews
65 degrÃ©s is a restaurant on Avenue Louise in Brussels, aiming at delivering the best culinary experience with a human twist! Two third of our team members are bearers of a mental handicap... and you'll actually have an even better experience thanks to th
Having lunch in 65 degrÃ©s once a month I can very strongly recommend this unique restaurant. Food has always been very good although an understandable limited choice. The professionalism and kindness of the mentally handicapped staff is to be praised and the commitment of the manager is remarquable.Thanks for your comment, we really appreciate... We hope to see you soon ;-)
5 based on 75 reviews
Great Frech-Moroccan fusion food at a very correct price. Two brothers running the restaurant with great enthusiasm. Everything (everything!) is home made. It is a bit of the beaten track in the Cimetiere neighbourhood - go find it, it is worth the 2 min. extra walk!
4 based on 233 reviews
This was our fourth visit to l'Auberg'in. We came away from our other visits sometimes very pleased, sometimes disappointed. Mixed feelings, but that obviously did not stop us from returning.Pleasant welcome in this warm, "cottage-y" ambiance restaurant in the Woluwe St. Pierre district of Brussels. Nice table for four opposite the blazing fireplace, which is also used for grilling purposes. Very good service. Full on a Thursday evening, so be sure to make reservations well ahead. The only draw-back are the uncomfortable chairs.Quite extensive Ã la carte options, both as entrÃ©es and main courses. Also a 4 course menu at a reasonable â¬44. I tried the salade de langoustines as a starter, which was nicely presented, but didn't taste much of langoustines. The head waiter had enthusiastically recommended the noisettes d'agneau (as it was lamb season), grilled on afore-mentioned open fire. Excellent choice, perfectly grilled.Rather modest wine list, but as this is not a high-flying restaurant, you don't need a high-flying wine either. We tried a St. Joseph from the RhÃ´ne Valley and everyone at the table commented on its good quality and perfect match to the lamb.Desserts are always very much a matter of individual taste and can be disappointing. This was the case for us. Nothing special.In summary, nice ambiance, very good service, nice food, reasonably priced and not too loud. Perfect for an evening out with friends.
4 based on 239 reviews
We went there on December 31st. New year's dinner. Fantastic. Absolutely fantastic. Food was amazing (fish, meat, fois de Gras, dessert); service was excellent, funny and very friendly (special shout out to the owner. very nice guy); pricing was - for the quality of the food and the service - crazily low. And we got a nice present ant the end (wine). What a nice evening. If we come. Back to Brussels... We come back. 10/10!
4 based on 79 reviews
Small seasonal and regularly changing menu. Warm welcoming service and fresh, imaginative and perfectly cooked dishes. Reasonably priced for quality on offer.
4 based on 593 reviews
cuisine deserve the 2-star Michelin qualification, but most probably never reach 3-starQuality of raw material absolutely good innovative cooking but lack of choices in the menus. Australian or south African wines should not be in the wine list as not in line with the quality of food. prices too high, not by far but definitively too high general atmosphere, comfort and overall facilities not in line with qualification.Synthesis : a nice and acceptable place to be with great food and services but not enough to be recommended without restriction
4 based on 237 reviews
For a long time a best option for food in Beaulieu was a sandwich cart. Recently a friend introduced me to Sesame â local restaurant with ambitions. I was surprised by the quality and presentation of my lunch. The portions were not very large but very tasty. It is a great place for a business meeting or to celebrate a special occasion.The lunch menu is an excellent value for money but while the other options on the menu are a bit expensive they provide a gourmet experience.
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