4 based on 187 reviews
Organic restaurant (90%). Oriental-based food (Morocco / Lebanon). Organic and fresh products. Everything is homemade. Nature and organic wines, Brussels beers. Organic and fair trade coffee. Homemade pastries. Restaurant available from 12:00 to 14:15 and
Nice atmosphere, pretty good food, something for everyone, very good service. We had a nice night, staff were very attentive and generous. The food was good but lacked punch and flavour didnât taste that fresh. I have high standards having eaten a lot of middle eastern food and having gone to Marrakech. It was a good feed but not particularly memorable. Great options for vegans.
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 297 reviews
Although our large group arrived without warning, we were seated graciously (after pushing a few tables together) and received good service and helpful consultation from the waiter. It's not gourmet but it's good. Hummus and spices seemed reasonably authentic too.
4 based on 292 reviews
LES VIGNES DU LIBAN Aux Marolles, l'authenticite du quartier incite a la curiosite, au gre des pittoresques ruelles, pousse a la decouverte, et vous impregne peu a peu d'une atmosphere authentique. Attardez-vous un moment en quete de bien etre et de depay
We just happened to walk by this incredibly charming looking restaurant (walking from Grand Place to the museum area). It looked like a neighborhood restaurant (although it must also attract tourists) as it's not smack in the Grand Place area where there are throngs and throngs of tourists (smoking tourists too). We were there around 7 pm. Outside seating was full. We didn't want outside anyway (smoking concerns). Went inside. The waiter asked do you have a reservation. We said no. Inside was empty. Within half an hour, it filled up. The food was absolutely delicious. We had a vegetarian plate (babaganoush, tabouleh, etc.); a plate with three skewers (beef, lamb, chicken), moussake, etc. This is not like what we've had elsewhere in our travels or in the US. Everything was special, delectable and delightful. The meat was amazing. Must be the way it's cooked, the marinade, ingredients. Even the most familiar dish (babaganoush) was just more special here. Try this place. The waiter seemed to be the son who took the order, and an older gentleman brought the food out (probably the father). I love to support places like this and did I mention, the food was something quite special? We don't drink alcohol/wine. We were very full after the meal and it was about 50 euros
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