Frameries is a Walloon municipality located in the Belgian province of Hainaut. The municipality consists of the following sub-municipalities: Frameries proper, Eugies, La Bouverie, Noirchain, and Sars-la-Bruyère.
4.5 based on 247 reviews
The restaurant doesn't look like much from the street, not even inside, but the true value is hidden underneath. The owner/server in single person provides incredible customer care even though he speaks only basic English so our interaction was somewhat limited. Even despite that, he was able to make me feel welcomed like a guest to his family table. The food is very tasty, not the usual "one spice for all" taste of the typical Chinese fast food. The meals are fresh, delicate and abundant in size.
To top it all, the value is incredible. You can order from a rich variety of separate meals or a couple of matched 3 course menus some of which are available already at about 15 EUR.
4.5 based on 445 reviews
this restaurant is ideal for curious people who like surprising compositions as well as unusal surroundings and decoration. i loved it. make sure you have the right open-minded friends/ guests with you and you will love it too. quite a few ingredients were really new...MoreDear Fran, We dearly thank you for your comment. It really means a lot to us to read that our guests understand our place, our cuisine. Therefore, we are more than happy that you enjoyed your birthday ! Looking forward welcoming you again Lovely day
4.5 based on 505 reviews
From the moment you arrive, everyone will go out of their way to make you feel comfortable. Relaxed and elegant atmosphere. Exquisite Gewurztraminer. Extraordinary concoctions. Black truffle dishes incorporated into the 5-course menu we had selected. Open kitchen. Extremely friendly and attentive staff. Chef Hardiquest: you gave us a memorable experience today. Thank you!
4.5 based on 219 reviews
Fabulous family run restaurant on the very outskirts of Waterloo/Braine l'Alleud. Easily accessible as it is located just off the Brussels ring. It is a cosy fermette style building with stables, fields an own livestock. Very friendly, attentive and knowledgable staff. The restaurant is not too big and it has got a very light and open tastefully decorated interior. The food is just FAB. Very refined and nicely presented. It is not cheap but well worth it for that special occasion.
4.5 based on 162 reviews
Leave Brussels behind via the leafy " Foret de Soigne " past Napoleons Waterloo bank and suddenly you find yourself in the open plan and bare fields of "La Wallonie" . Hidden therein one of the many dead and dilapidated villages of the region with some manicured bungalows hugging a small hamlet of old houses slowly being taken over by Ivy . In the middle of the one street village " Le Pilori " with its washed out sign . Open the door and you will enter a place with a space but welcoming decor with high end and varied Light fixtures . It is bright and colourful . More important every client , and it is an eclectic gathering , looks like a person that knows how to enjoy and appreciate good food and good wine . Better again many look like they are regulars . This is now a one star Michelin but less pretentious and less stuck up you will not find . The service is friendly , personal and attentive and very well informed . The food was superlative in all aspects . The Somelier is generous in sharing his immense know how and will not disappoint . I was adviced to go for the fish which I did and it was deserving of all accolades .
4.5 based on 165 reviews
Cosy, friendly service, nice food, relaxed atmosphere. One small remark is that our main of pigeon was somewhat oversalted and the anisy hebrs wer slightly overpowering. But we're going back in June so obviously we were happy with our meal !
4.5 based on 504 reviews
I had an amazing vegan lunch in the Michelin starred restaurant L’Essentiel in Temploux (Wallonia). We called one day ahead to ask whether it was possible to eat a vegan menu as this wasn’t advertised on their own website nor on the ViaMichelin site.
The lady on the phone (owner) said directly: “OK, no animal ingredients at all right?” This was a very good sign, as most of the times restaurant people don’t have the slightest idea what vegan means. She checked with her chef and came back to us that it wouldn’t be a problem.
Upon arrival we were shown to our table in the very beautiful setting (purple/ taupe). The restaurant was quite filled up for a Saturday noon during summer and the service was impeccable (filling wine and water glasses, taking and executing our order and presenting the menus). We chose entrée, plat, dessert and received 2 amuses and 1 extra dessert (with the coffee) on the house. The vegan menu consisted of a delicious amuse of white bean puree and a celery salad perfectly seasoned and a yellow zucchini soup and mix of thin slivers of marinated tomatoes. The starter was a beautifully dressed salad of kohlrabi with mango (sliced julienne) and some bell peppers and extra vierge olive oil from Greece served with a selection of 14 home-baked breads (I chose a slice of olive & whole wheat bread). The main course was a grain (Ebly) cooked to perfection, mixed with small julienne vegetables topped with a mix of seasonable vegetables again perfectly tender yet still a bit crispy: carrot, Romanesco, butter beans, and some more. There was a seasoning of olive oil and some green sauce and again some white bean puree, all perfectly seasoned and finished of with fresh herbs from their garden. At this point I was actually perfectly satisfied, but then there was the dessert & one doesn’t pass on a dessert in a Michelin star restaurant. I received a bowl with a sorbet of apricots, lukewarm rhubarb, grapes, mini Cantaloupe melon balls and forest strawberries, really delicious. The owner told me that they’d gone through the entire dessert menu to see what would be appropriate for me (the vegan or vegetable lady as one of the waiters called me), but it seemed all of their desserts had some dairy so they made something up.
When my partner ordered an espresso, we received two more desserts, mine was Cantaloupe sorbet and mango slices wrapped around small pieces of half-baked banana. We shared half a bottle of Sancerre wine. It was quite pricey, a bit too expensive maybe.However, it was a wonderful experience, delightful service and food, something to do for a special occasion. It is really worth asking for vegetarian or vegan food as this way more and more chefs will realize there is a demand.
4.5 based on 404 reviews
we were driving, and stopped by coincidence in this very nice restaurant, the first impression was nice, and we had a glass of champagne outside by the water. The menu did look a bit complicated, too modern for me, but we tried and it was interesting, good and nice. the wine list is very good, the quality of the products excellent, and we should encourage people who try had and succeed well, we recommend....
4.5 based on 158 reviews
A cosy restaurant specialising in cassoulet. I had a cassoulet which contained three different sorts of pork, lamb, quail and chorizo. Really tasty and extremely filling. My wife had duck with vegetables which again was a substantial portion and beautifully cooked. At €16.50 and €19.50 respectively both were very reasonably priced.Service was efficient.
4.5 based on 247 reviews
Last Thursday was our fourth time at the restaurant. My wife and I invited an American colleague and although the restaurant was full, the booking had not bring any difficulty. We were again delighted by the great and delicate menu, and prefect service. The wines from the selection were great as well. What struck our guest was the collection of small dishes brought by the waiters from the start of the dinner and that were not indicated in the menu. She could not believe that when dessert indicated in the menu was over, it was then not really over and pleasant dishes with additional desserts kept coming. All in all an unforgettable experience and true luck to have such a great place in Brabant Wallon area. A place that you need to discover, if not yet the case, definitely!
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