Discover Restaurants offering the best Mediterranean food in Groot-Bijgaarden, Flemish Brabant Province, Belgium including Feta-Oregano, San Daniele, Pasta Divina, La Luna, Winehouse Osteria, Publico, Ristorante Madeinitaly, L'Express, Spago, A casa mia
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4 based on 131 reviews
Super cute little kitchy place, extremely warm welcome by the owner and the rest of the staff. The food was fine, not really as good as I hoped and in some cases, quite the departure from Italian staples. If I were closer, I wold go back to try a few more dishes and give it another try or two. A local Italian acquaintance who lives in Brussels swears by it though.the Caprese di buffalo and mixed green salad was very good - favorite dish of the night. The spaghetti carbonara was disappointing. I couldn't taste the pancetta or guanciale, and in fact none of the ingredients were distinguishable. no discernible seasonings.The sphagetti sorrentina and the casarecca Bellini were just ok. finally, the panda cotta was not that tasty. Overall, everything was ok, and made better due to the ambiance and warmth of the owners. Will try again.
4 based on 981 reviews
Spago, a sensuous journey of tastes to La Dolce Vita
We came here as a 2nd choice to a local place that was busy. Spago was business inside and outside. We didnât have to wait long to get a seat. First little gripe was that the bar staff didnât ask if we wanted a drink whilst we sat patiently at the bar.When we ordered two pizzas, the RÃ©gina and Parma, both 15 euros each. The pizzas were massive and really nice. We had a bottle of Pinot Grigio at 27 euros.All in all, nice night and really tasty food.
4 based on 429 reviews
This place has one of the best kebabs I have ever eaten. We arrived and there was a line up out the door. Be patient, definitely worth the wait.We had the mixed and a chicken kebab with fritters. Both were amazing all under 20â¬They have lots of seating so you can enjoy your food while it is hot.
4 based on 200 reviews
We had the 3 courses lunch menu (â¬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.
4 based on 1103 reviews
We chose Publico because it was close to our hotel, but it was the perfect choice. The menu had a lot of variety. I had the gnocchi and it was delicious - a generous portion for a fair price. The bread for table was also wonderful and I had to be careful not to fill up on it! We didn't have reservations, but we went fairly early. It filled up quickly.
4 based on 705 reviews
This is a small and deservedly busy restaurant. Booking in advance is advised. As a first course I had delicious soup with pasta. The main course of swordfish was superbly cooked and bursting with flavour. The strawberry tart was a perfect conclusion to the meal. As you might expect the wine selection is extensive and of very high quality. The best restaurant I have found in the city.
4 based on 170 reviews
The restaurant is a physically appealing with good architectural lines. It is on a busy corner near grand place and st. Micheal & st Gudula Cathedral. It is a French Italian menu, but also in English. The waitress gave it her best shot to communicate, but spoke very little English. We chose two different dishes on the menu and were eventually told they were "done". The Caesar salad had very little lettuce or dressing. It did have a generous portion of chicken and several shrimps. It actually was quite good. The Mediterranean mix was supposed to have fish, but didn't. All the calamari and shrimp were fried without dipping sauce. When I asked for a sauce my options were ketchup and mustard. Other reviews said this is a family restaurant. We like to support family restaurants, so that was good to hear. However, on a busy Friday night there is only one chef and one waitress.
4 based on 3078 reviews
A family restaurant. Home made pasta made with Love. The most delicious tasting pasta I have ever had. Silvana the daughter gave her recommendations which included two specials her mother makes in the kitchen. Tonight a black squid with shrimp and a porcini with spec. My husband and I shared both and loved every bite. We finished the meal with tiramisu...delish!
4 based on 205 reviews
The San Daniele restaurant in Brussels owes its name to the famous and traditional ham from San Daniele, a small village in Northeast Italy in the Friuli region between the Alps and the Adriatic. In this way the "San Daniele" Family wishes to underline th
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.
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
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