Reviews on Italian food in Genval, Walloon Brabant Province, Belgium. Rixensart is a Walloon municipality located in the Belgian province of Walloon Brabant. On January 1, 2006, Rixensart had a total population of 21,355. The total area is 17.54 km² which gives a population density of 1,217 inhabitants per km².
Things to do in Genval
4 based on 65 reviews
No pizzas here; true fine Italian cuisine by a chef from the Marche who uses his grandmother's recipes. Delicately prepared with fresh ingredients. Served attentively by chef's wife and an assistant. New restaurant, so the decor is not finished but the basis has been laid with real good taste. Happy to have found this (but we knew the chef already).
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4 based on 387 reviews
The menu is varied and not just pasta although they do that extremely well! There is a large selection of dishes and all those I've sampled have always been well cooked and very tasty including some excellent combinations of ingredients. The staff are very attentive and the restaurant itself has an excellent ambiance.Sorry for my poor English but thanks for take of your time to write such nice things See u GÃ©rard LacharriÃ¨re
3 based on 126 reviews
We used to love this place, and have recommended it to others many times -- but never again. My three children and I were just KICKED OUT for not ordering enough. Our *attempted* order was a margarita pizza (adult-size), a green side salad, a bottle of water (large), and a rather expensive fresh juice beverage for me (around â¬7). The total for those items was about â¬41 -- and we would have ordered one more bottle of water, another drink for me (prob a diet Coke at â¬4) and an ice cream for the kids to share, bringing the total to about â¬57. Let's bear in mind that this is no fine-dining establishment; it's a mid-range Italian place that has a terrace, garden and children's play area, which is open in nice weather.I'd actually understand this treatment somewhat had the place been packed, or had we been a party of adults, but neither of these cases were true; it was just me and my three small kids (9, 6 and 3). Anyway, the manager came out after our waiter took our order and said that, to stay, we'd each have to order a main meal -- the kids meals were â¬9-10 -- and I knew they'd never eat that much food, so that would have been a silly waste, and far more than I wanted to spend to take three kids out for a pizza. It seems this restaurant has forgotten the point of kids meals is to allow parents to afford to go out with their kids, not to TAKE ADVANTAGE of families with kids. This is because kids are dependents without incomes....This is really too bad b/c we've taken out-of-town guests there, gone for date nights, and of course, have taken the kids there a number of times. (Nice how they seemed to not remember us at all BTW....) I liked the place in the past for having the play area + good (not great) food for fair prices. Oh well. So we left, and went to another restaurant with a playground / garden, which is *wonderful* and where we've been treated warmly since arriving (we're still here, and the kids are having a blast in the garden). It's Nero CafÃ© in Hoeilaart in case anyone here wants to check it out -- it's superb. I in fact just asked them -- for the heck of it -- if our rather small order was OK with them, and the waiter looked at me with surprise and said, "You order what you want!" THANK YOU.Obviously La Fontanelle is free to conduct their business as they wish -- they simply won't be conducting it with us, nor our guests, nor the friends to whom we would have recommended them, ever again. The tragedy is that the place appeared quite successful, but they've decided to push for "per head" profits, and may very well lose their regular customer base as a result. It's not in a touristy area either, so good luck finding replacements for once loyal customers who will not be returning. I see that a number of other reviews here on Google reflect the same experience, so obviously this is La Fontanell's new "policy". A shame.
Je n'y croyais pas trop. Nous Ã©tions 12 un soir de semaine et beaucoup de tables Ã©taient occupÃ©es. J'ai pensÃ© : ici, nous en avons pour des heures surtout que chaque convive va prendre un plat diffÃ©rent. Et bien, non ! Nous avons Ã©tÃ© servis rapidement et c'Ã©tait trÃ¨s bon. Les pizzas sont dans les meilleures de la rÃ©gion. Service souriant.
4 based on 96 reviews
Everything was going well - the starters were tasty, then I ordered the salmon rotolo casalinga for main, but the green sauce it came in was not cooked properly and tasted like flour which is a rookie error. Don't go if you are expecting goumet authentic Italian, it is very much 'Belgian' Italian style food with strange combinations. The problem with the main course might be because they are new and struggling to cope with demand, which you can also see by the patchy table service from teenagers, so I hope it will improve over time.
3 based on 444 reviews
Horrable service.. we try to eat only dessert but they kick you out in the corner and give you menu for dessert waiting for long .. we wait for long nobody come ..nobody speak english On dat restaurant also..
4 based on 84 reviews
Great service, great food, great setting. We enjoyed it all & will go back. Waterfront outside seating, so enjoyed on a too-hot day! Great pizza, friendly as are most Italians! See now that they also deliver nearby.
4 based on 58 reviews
iL POSTO Gentile is an authentic Italian restaurant. A reference regarding Italian cooking in Genval. The brother and the sister Gentilie, restaurant owners' 3rd restorers' generation welcome you there as if you were their dearest friends. It is a little
Received by the chef and his partner, with a very kind welcome and a presentation of the menu. All the introduction was done in Italian, which is a good sign for an Italian resto and found out that the chef's family hails from Napoli. Throughout the evening he was very friendly and attentive, so nice service.Food was good, ingredients seemed fresh with quite large portion sizes. Pasta was definitely the strong point. Pizzas were a little too thick and doughy and could have used a little less yeast, not quite the Neapolitan style we were expecting from our chat with the owner. Overall, not a standout culinary achievement, but absolutely a good local eatery we'll go back to when in need of a quick bite.
4 based on 23 reviews
Bonne dÃ©couverte faite par un ami Italien, Bon accueil, Belle carte avec suggestion, Osso Bucco, Scampis, belle carte des vins, et ne pas oublier en dessert le "Sabayon".Produits frais et bien cuisinÃ©, une belle adresse.09.2019
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