Reviews on Belgian food in Anhee, Namur Province, Belgium including Aux Marronniers, L'Eau vive, Le Trois, Le Confessionnal, Restaurant "Les Viviers", Les 7 Meuses, La Ptite Croquette, Le jardin d'en bas, C'est Tiguidou, La Table d'Antonio
4 based on 185 reviews
We found the staff to be very friendly and helpful. Walking into the restaurant, we noticed a guest's steak and chips - we were sold!Starters were excellent - I had the linguine vongole - and it was almost a main course in itself. Steak, although a little chewy, was full of flavour, and with an excellent side salad in addition to the chips. Well worth a visit.
In this unusual restaurant, you will make your taste buds travel between continents and leave you with a memorable memory.
Je me faisais une joie de decouvrir ce restaurant...la maison de village laisse presager le meilleur, le cadre est rustique et peu ordonne.L accueuil n est pas des plus chaleureux loin de l image de nos amis du Quebec...C est avant tout une carte brasserie avec quelques bonnes bieres Ã decouvrir mais l excecution des plats laisse sur votre faim...bref decu et je ne recommanderai pas cet endroit, Ã vous de juger.
3 based on 131 reviews
Lots of high-class French cuisine at this (small) restaurant. Reservations are essential, your wallet will hate you but your pallate will defenately ask for more!
4 based on 201 reviews
I was staying at chateau de la post. They had buffet at 37â¬ per person. To much for my wife pricewise and a buffet style dining. So we were looking for something else. This restaurant caught my eye. A meat centric restaurant. So was an weasy choice. In Belgium the food price is quite expensive, but the portions are huge. So we always do the following. Share first course and dessert and each take a main course. Normally this means I have the menu at 35â¬ for 3 course and a main course for my wife. There is something strange in Belgium. This country has 2 main languages. Flemish/Dutch and French. I can speak Dutch so in Flemish Belgium I have no problem communicating. What I found strange was in Walloon where French is the Maine language they have more problems speaking Flemish than English. Here there was the problem. Only French menu and they were not able to explain in Flemish or English. Wow. How is it possible in this age?!In Europe even the French can speak English now and itâs quite normal than people can speak 2 languages fluently and 1/2 more at high school level.Here only option was French.People and place seems quite nice. If you can sit outside if itâs sunny.They didnât have any menu only a written menu on the blackboard. Unfortunately when something is handwritten itâs not clear for me and turns out for the waiter. I explained that I will order the menu, but my wife wants either a entree or a main course ala carts. She was looking at the hamburger. Looking good at 15â¬ or a fish. They had 2 tuna dishes. Tuna steak at 28â¬ and something called âpiece thonâ at 14â¬. I asked what it was and the waiter explained a piece of tuna and u get two pieces. So letâs try that.Entree we chose the crispy battered mussels with home made tartare. Portion was quite big and easy to share. At10â¬ is big enough for a main course. Very well made, fresh and tasty.Main course I wanted a steak. Plenty of choices. The pave , brochette (beef on stick/satay) and tagliatta (sliced steak with salad Tuscan special) was all included in the menu.for extra 16 or 6â¬you could get a CÃ´te os (tbone) or Irish entrecÃ´te (ribeye)I chose the entrecÃ´te and ordered it medium.My wife chose the âpiece thonâ.When the mains arrived we were pleasantly surprised. The steak looked good. To me it was more like medium rare than medium. The meat was not aged at all. (Dry or wet)quite disappointing as this is quite usual in belgium now.The tuna dish was 2 big pieces of tuna. Very nicely cooked. Quite raw in the middle. This was not what we expected. My wife doesnât like raw fish. And tbh it was quite raw for me too. Middle was quite cold. Cooked rare.So she was unhappy and I had a strange feeling that this was actually the more expensive tuna steak than the 14â¬ tuna dish. After we finished I asked about the dessert and instead got the bill. The bill was all priced ala carte and not as menu and of course we were given the tuna steak at 28â¬. I was starting to get the feeling I was being screwed over here. So I asked for the dessert and I got the ala carte dessert menu. They didnât explain what was on the board and also how it works when combining with the menu. Dessert menu looks great btw. But by now I had a nasty feeling that I was being conned. Like in the old days in 80s Paris where you order food at a restaurant where you canât speak the language and by misunderstanding you order the most expensive dish on the menu and that somehow the menu that you were ordering doesnât work for you but somehow you ordered ala carte. This unfortunately still happens now. But mostly thatâs in 3rd world country and/or a tourist trap. It has been years, maybe decades this has happens to me. Because of experience but also internet and TA.So in the end I didnât want to create a scene and cancelled the dessert and paid the ala carte prices. I was done.I asked the waiter about the 14â¬ tuna because thatâs what I ordered. He of course didnât comprehend the misunderstanding. It turns out the 14â¬ dish was also tuna but it was not piece of tuna but a peche thon. 2 pieces of peaches with tuna salad on top. Yikes never heard about this dish before. Certainly not as a main course.Anyway I gave a 2â¬ tip. I am not sure if I was screwed over here or it was a case of misunderstandings. In the end it was quite expensive dinner and even though what was cooked was good, it had a terrible aftertaste. So bad I write this review. Itâs a good restaurant and pricewise is par for Belgium. But if you canât speak French there is a risk that what happened to me can happen to you.I suggest avoid there are plenty of great places in this area.
4 based on 899 reviews
The 7 Meuses, more than a restaurant, an experience to live. Located on a panoramic point of view, touch the nature of the fingertips while enjoying a quality meal and all accompanied by a 360 Â° view over the valley of the Meuse. You are looking for an al
We paid our first visit here with friends. What a find. The food was very good, with a wide-ranging selection of reasonably priced dishes. We managed to sit on the terrace, overlooking the river. The view was absolutely breathtaking, so eating our food took longer than usual! The staff were welcoming and friendly - especially Thomas, who spoke to us in English (even though our friends are Belgian residents) and explained about the history of the building. This was our first visit. It it definitely won't be our last! Thank you for you feedback on the quality of ou property and our staff sea you to pleasure
4 based on 55 reviews
We got the pasta carbonara which was fantastic! The wait staff spoke no English which made for a challenging communication barrier. The food was pricey but delicious and my only hesitation is that they didn't accept credit cards.
4 based on 177 reviews
The restaurant is quite small but has a wonderful atmosphere. The food is absolutely amazing. The owner/chef prepares the most amazing sauces for his dishes. The restaurant coped with our large group in an excellent manner. Don't visit Dinant without dining at this reataurant!
4 based on 194 reviews
What a wonderful restaurant. Very relaxed atmosphere. The waitress was extremely helpful, chatty and friendly. Our food was amazing. I had the scampi brochette to start followed by filet of roebuck. Both cooked to perfection. Filet was accompanied by sweet apple with redcurrent sauce, pureed celeriac and a small potato, all flavours complimented the filet brilliantly. The only disappointment was that I was too full to eat dessert. Would recommend this restaurant to anyone.
4 based on 501 reviews
I love to travel and I love to eat. I'm eating when I'm traveling but also eating takes me to the different journeys. This time my journey was beautiful, full of hospitality, warm welcoming, great food, equilibrated flavors, never ending diversity of dishes...I've visited de L'Eau Vive by myself. First I was welcomed in the chimney room, with an aperitive and small amuse bouche, I saw the menu and I made my choice. It was the end of February, so I took truffle menu. Then I moved to the dinning room, my table was in the corner with the view at the river. I don't even remember how many of plates I had. It was a lot thats for sure and I even didn't take the dessert. During my meal I sad that I was studying cuisine in France and actually working in the restaurant myself. Friendly waitress has informed me that after lunch Chef invites me to have a coffee with him. We had an interesting chat about food, restaurants, future plans. I saw passion, I saw love and a lot of hard work. Situated in the middle of nowhere, white house of the L'Eau Vive Restaurant looks like a wooden hut of Hans and Gretel. The food is delicious and the atmosphere is cosy. If you are a gourmet, who loves to travel, you should definitely go there!
4 based on 99 reviews
This place is a great stop if you're coming or going to the Abbey of Maredsous! Chef Christian will have you locally grown snails ovened with garlic (the snails grow 300m away in the also visitable snailfarm) - or stick to what you know more : champignons on a toast, beer-cooked rabbit or your regular steak-frites... Deserts are just as palatable - try the "Dame Blanche". All this, at decent prices!
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