Discover Restaurants offering the best French food in Nivelles, Walloon Brabant Province, Belgium. Nivelles (French pronunciation: [nivɛl]; Dutch: Nijvel, pronounced [ˈnɛivəl]) is a Walloon city and municipality located in the Belgian province of Walloon Brabant. The Nivelles municipality includes the old communes of Baulers, Bornival, Thines, and Monstreux.
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4 based on 137 reviews
Not that difficult to find, roundabout before entering gradually Nivelles from Nivelles North exit on highway. Lots of traffic passing by, but as the weather was nice we took the chance to eat outside. Not exactly quiet, nor healthy maybe with the traffic... Service was very friendly, and we took menu with mussels. Nice sauce came with it, quantities were up to our huge standards, and we liked every course of it. if you look for non-pretentious easy menu at afforable prices, this must be a good candidate.
3 based on 340 reviews
The restaurant Maximus is located close to Lillois, at around 20 km from Brussels.The menu proposes a broad choice of starters, meat, fishes... But the specialities are the croquettes as starter and the meat (mixed grill, hamburgers, steak...).I ate a scampi croquette as starter and an Irish rumsteak as main course. It was excellent and the quantity was not too big.The atmosphere was nice, maybe a little bit too noisy.
4 based on 99 reviews
Good quality, sadly very slow service.Barman knowledgeable. Lots of choice on the menu. Excellent wine. Cozy and quiet.
4 based on 113 reviews
I travel to the area a few times a year for business. Each time I have been there I have thoroughly enjoyed what I have ordered. It is a father/son business that was once a Pub on the tram line.
4 based on 69 reviews
We go "les yeux fermÃ©s" from time to time to have dinner at this restaurant. Not a very extensive carte but very well structured with mix of seafood and meat.I really enjoy the way the chef is using spices for his various preparations and the precise cooking. Try the scalops when fresh (november to march) from France...Wine list very affordable.
4 based on 212 reviews
Located in the centre of Nivelles and with grand views of the renovated Church, LOLI Ambiance Lounge offers the discerning diner a relaxing yet rewarding gastronomic experience. The name is suitably descriptive and staff are well organised and efficient, the tables not too close to be imposing and the food just what is expected from a professional french-speaking chef. Located at the front of the restaurant tables are of a tall design, but with correspondingly high chairs there is no discomfort. Other patrons were quiet and respectful - no noise or raucous behaviour and a non-smoking policy ensured a very pleasant interlude. Sadly though, the only disadvantage was that English was not spoken by the staff.The menu is not vast, but contains a number of meat and fish dishes together with special "meals of the day" all served with a choice of potato options. I was relaibly informed that the restaurant is noted more for these options than anything else - but better to make a reservation and try for yourself.
4 based on 308 reviews
Nice place for eating with an orignal menu. The menu does not have that many options (5-7 choices for starter, main course, ...). Prices are a bit high if you do not take the menu. Taking the menu will bring you down to 36 â¬ for a three course meal. Great coffee for 4 â¬ with nice sweets. Nice wine menu.
4 based on 253 reviews
We had dinner, of which one person was vegetarian. Normally the menu does not show any vegetarian dishes, but the chef made something special. And not just the same dish with the met removed, but really specially prepared. Also this was well prepared, with care and attention.My food (non vegetarian) was prepared very well. Veal tartare with some nice herbs. Main dish (fish) was also cooked well.In the restaurant there were a lot of people celebrating their birthday, which was clear with desserts being served with a small candle.
4 based on 255 reviews
Whilst in a rush to find somewhere to eat fairly late on a Saturday night whilst passing through the town we had the luck of finding this place straight away.Despite a lack of English speaking staff (and no English menus which is probably a good sign!) everyone was very friendly and helpful.But the food was just incredible and reasonably priced for what it was; the cod fillet just melted in my mouth, possibly one of the best cooked pieces of fish I've ever had. My friends said the stake was also incredible.We just had house wine which was great but I'm sure the wine list would be worth investigating.Can't recommend highly enough!
4 based on 171 reviews
Sur la N93, entre Nivelles et les Quatre-Bras de Baisy-Thy, Houtain-le-Val, petit village typique du Brabant wallon, abrite cette ancienne meunerie reconvertie en cachette gourmande par Mireille et Axel Letor. Douceur et intimite d'un cadre aux teintes pr
We had the pleasure of having a very nice lunch sampling the "plat du jour". This is a lunch that is usually served during the week and consists of a starter, main course and dessert and changes every day of the week. We took the wine option and were not disappointed. The food was excellent although the portions were copious for us small eaters. It just seems that the older we get, the less quantity we like to eat. The only reason I didn't give this restaurant five stars is because my mother and I asked to have smaller portions (I dislike wasting food) by having one piece of meat instead of two on the plate for the main course. To our disappointment we were served the regular large portion anyway.Hello, thank you for your appreciation. Hope to see you again with smaller portions ... it's promised!
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