Evere (French: [eˈvɛːʁ], Dutch: [ˈeːvərə] ( listen)) is one of the nineteen municipalities located in the Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium. On January 1, 2006, the municipality had a total population of 33,462. The total area is 5.02 km² which gives a population density of 6,668 inhabitants per km². In common with all the Brussels municipalities, it is legally bilingual (French–Dutch).
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4.5 based on 240 reviews
This was my first time at this place. We were lucky to find parking right in front but there is a parking available walking distance. Ambiance, service, food were great but not much vegetables with the meat dishes. I will go again in the evening to try the superb garden with evening lights.
4 based on 176 reviews
I really fail to see how so many people could find this restaurant good. I will certainly not keep it in my list of preferred places. The quality of food and service is that of a rather low level "taberna" and hardly reminds you of real Greek cuisine.
4.5 based on 181 reviews
Welcome to the Stirwen! To cook, to host, to satisfy...Our principle is based on our passion for gastronomy. In Brussels, at the heart of the Jourdan area, in the shadow of the European institutions, the Stirwen restaurant is a place in which well-eating rings as a gentle melody. Such is our philosophy: regional and seasonal cuisine, respectful of the product, portioned generously, a bond between tradition and inventiveness. A cuisine right in its time, right in its place. Refined in professional chic, you will find yourself in a comfortable and elegant decor. The restaurant lends itself to any opportunity, from the business lunch to the long table. For your function, professional or private events, we provide you with a private dining room upstairs.
My friends and I opted for the 4 course "surprise" dinner with matching wines. The "amuses" were excellent; service also very good, but sometimes , etc. The 2 appetizers were wonderful; the 2nd wine was a delicious chardonnay, but it didn't go so well with a beautiful plate of green pea variations. We opted for the dry aged beef for our main & it kept my rating from being excellent: the beef was undercooked (almost raw) & tough though the taste was very good. The Italian wine served with meat course was excellent. Altogether, a very pleasant gourmet experience.
4.5 based on 930 reviews
On my last trip to Brussels, I ate at The Lobster House, which is close by the famous Grand Place - often considered the most beautiful square in Europe.
It was an awesome meal - with freshly baked bread by Karim, the owner, fish Soup and the Grilled Mixed Fish Royal, which is a big serving meant for two persons. The Mixed Grill is offered together with paella. There was half a lobster, king prawns, shrimps, sea bass, salmon and cod fish. The lobster was very fresh, and tasty. The salmon was a little over cooked, as I often find it perfect with a little of the meat inside left slightly uncooked. Both and sea bass and cod were very nice.
I enjoyed the fish soup, and the bread very much too.
It was indeed an excellent meal. The Mixed Grill costs €49, but worth every penny of it. I would highly recommend for all who love seafood and fish.
Karim, the owner is very friendly and will help you with your order of the food.
When you are in Brussels, don't miss out having a big feast here.
How to find The Lobster House
Walk along Rue De La Montagne, and when you see the SUPERDRY Store, right on the opposite side, you find the LES GALERIES ROYALES DE Saint-Hubert, walk through the arcade, and on the first left turn, turn Left and you will find the sign - THE LOBSTER HOUSE.
4.5 based on 162 reviews
I went here with my boyfriend as we wanted to have a fancy dinner for our Valentine's dinner. We don't live far from this place and we often pass this restaurant. We were curious whether this was a good restaurant as they're rather discreet regarding location&food quality.
We got a 3 course meal:
Appetizer: scampi tempura&cheese croquettes. Scampi was well cooked, delicious curry sauce, fresh veggies - fresh cheese and bread crumbs was crispy. Noticeably homemade.
Main meal: irish beef, which were of decent quantity and good quality meat. The potato croquettes were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.
Dessert: orange crumble&dame blanche. Crumble wasn't the best, with a raspberry sauce and fresh orange pieces but it was good nonetheless - dame blanche: good quality vanilla ice cream with some whipped cream from a can but still good.
Service was very good. Staff is very customer oriented and they were very attentive making sure whether customers like the food, recommending dishes, ready to answer questions regarding food, clearing up the table when something is finished, etc. We appreciated that the guy who seemed to be the manager was waitering the customers as well, and the fact that he seemed approachable and warm is very important to me too.
The fact that the waitresses turned the label of the drink towards the customer is a very important detail to me as it shows they got a proper training. It indicates that the bar is set up high and they're focused on qualitative service for customers.
Another detail: they take your coat and help you put it on when leaving the place. It might seem like nothing, but it's cortesy that is not being seem everywhere nowadays.
Overall, I was very pleased with my dinner here, I'll come back for sure and will recommend it to my fellow foodies-friends.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Absolutely the best pasta I’ve had- even in Italy! Patrizia is the chef and is a true gem!
Silvano takes care of every customer like family. Miriam, their daughter is superb. They are the sweetest Italian family! The waiters Joe and Nakita are so friendly and you feel like you are home. This is a must visit place when in Brussels! They are packed every night so make a reservation early! I recommend the squid ink pasta- my favorite bit you won’t be disappointed with anything as it’s all homemade with Amore!
4.5 based on 124 reviews
I went here based on the reviews and was happy with a waffle with chocolate sauce on and my daughter enjoyed hers with banana slices on too. They are quite busy on a busy tourist street with lots of main shops on. Enjoy taking a breather from your shopping for a tasty treat!
4.5 based on 207 reviews
4.5 based on 445 reviews
Let's start by saying that the food is proper portuguese, well prepared and presented. We had seafood mainly, and it conpares well with what you would expect to eat in a good restaurant in, say, Tavira. However, choice is very limited, wait is very long, wines are overpriced and space limited. Price, overall, a bit over Bxl standards. So, all in all, nice for a romantic evening, not for a family meal.
4 based on 152 reviews
So I was in the surroundings of Lion Belge on a week day of a spring evening. The area is not the best for dining out, but the Lion Belge is a great option as it offers a broad menu of salads, fish, seafood and steak. I chose the steak, as this is a brasserie I thought you could not go wrong....and I didn't as the meat was tasty, well cooked, the pomes frittes prepared at the moment and the salad fresh. The personnel was very attentive and spoke English....on top of that I got to watch the semifinal of the champions league, good deal!
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