Meise (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈmɛi̯sə]) is a municipality located in the Belgian province of Flemish Brabant. The municipality comprises the towns of Meise proper and Wolvertem (a deelgemeente), and, several smaller villages like Sint-Brixius-Rode, Oppem, Meusegem, Impde/Imde, Rossem, Westrode and quarters as Bouchout, Nerom and Slozen. As of January 1, 2006, Meise had a total population of 18,464. The total area is 34.82 km² which gives a population density of 530 inhabitants per km².
Restaurants in Meise
4.5 based on 247 reviews
Visited the restaurant on a quiet Thursday lunch. Friendly waiter welcomed us, assigned us a table in a very rustic setting. immediately asked for drinks, appreciated, we were thursty. Ordered a nice starter, KOP met SAUS, already forgot what it was but it tasted excellent with a beer. So horse meat I hear you say, why? Well, because it's healthy, tasty and a typical dish in that great city of Vilvoorde. French fries hand cut, mayonaise home made, salad prepared at the table by our waiter and a perfect cut of meat, prepared as it should. I took the 200 g steak, was sufficient for lunch, noticed the owner's mother (and former owner i was told) enter the house and greet everybody, i saw all kinds of guests, old to young, trendy and traditional and I saw happy people, those that want a restaurant for its quality and smile, nothing fancy, fairly priced. I liked it !
4 based on 117 reviews
For many years, Spectrum has been one of my favourite restaurants for lunch/dinner with family/friends/business colleagues. The menu boasts some of the best Belgian food - with classics like l'américain (beef tartare) or seasonal dishes with asparagus, mussels or pheasant - but also more exotic dishes like Thai carpaccio or chicken red curry. My all time favourite is the pavé de bœuf, sauce poivre crème concassé.
The menu is updated monthly to reflect seasonal dishes. Friendly, efficient service. Outdoor Terrace. Excellent value for the price paid.
4 based on 204 reviews
went here for lunch. New concept: high end food available in tapas. We had the 7 course tapas menu, which is reasonably priced at 49€. All dishes come nicely presented, correct portions and well prepared. We espacially appreciated the king crab and the ravioli with gamba. Very good formula! Friendly staff and nice greek wines to discover.
3.5 based on 75 reviews
Very conveniently located close to Brussels, parking available, nice Terrace. Spacious restaurant, and you can decide last minute to jump in here. The staff is friendly and helpful, and the choice on the menu is as you would expect from the better type of bistro. Ideal venue for dinner with the family after a busy week. And with the choice of desserts, it makes one happy family.
3.5 based on 265 reviews
Brasserie Heysel is located in the North of Brussels. There is a private parking on place.
The menu proposes a nice choice of Belgian and International food. I took the pasta with trufles and funghi porcini. The dish was excellent: tasty but maybe a little bit too small.
We took also a dessert (black chocolate brownie) which was delicious.
The place was nice and the staff was very efficient and friendly.
4 based on 89 reviews
When I travel to Brussels I can by no way miss to dine at the Aquarius which I consider much better than just a Brassere because of its cosy decor, refined cuisine and whatever I ate there I have never-ever been disappointed nor had any...Morethanks for your visit best regards Guy
4 based on 90 reviews
If you happen to be stopping in Meise, look out this excellent restaurant.
It is just about a mile from the town centre, but is worth finding.
Very helpful staff and what no vegitarian dishes on the menu, for my wife, can up with various options.
4.5 based on 114 reviews
We, my wife and myself, were there, invited by a very good friend to celebrate his birthday. We had the opportunity to dine in the kitchen, from which we could watch the functioning of a Michelin star restaurant, in particular the coordinated ballet of the staff, among which the maestria of the lady of the place.
Cuisine is largely above average: every plate is a work of art, accompanied by an eclectic choice of wines. Without boasting, it's difficult to surprise me with an unexpected selection of wines, but this was an occasion for an exercise in modesty. Brilliant from start to end.
Take the menu of the day and let the host select the accompanying wines, it's certainly not cheap but you'll discover new and delicious flavors.
4.5 based on 114 reviews
My friend and I spent a lovely evening in Hof ter Imde, a heritage farm turned into a premium gastronomic restaurant.We first enjoyed a cocktail and appetizers in the courtyard before retiring inside for our gastronomic evening dinner.
The menu concocted by the chef was excellent : each tasteful plate was served by a very knowledgeable waiter introducing to us each dish and its ingredients.
Hof ter Imde is well known by locals for its Belgian-French gastronomic cuisine in a lovely country side environment just a stone throw from Brussels.
The restaurant's motto is : " La bone cuisine est la base du bonheur " ( Good cooking is the root of happiness "
4 based on 142 reviews
This restaurant keeps up an attractive appearance: the parking space is filled with expensive cars, the servers are stressed in long aprons and the garden Terrace looks very nice with beautiful parasols and outside heaters.
So we also expected a very good kitchen.
But we were a bit disappointed: our slice of fish and meat of the main dish was good, but the accompanying vegetables and French frites very mediocre. No originality what so ever.
The prices are too high for the middle of the road style and the quality of the food that is served.
A visit to the bathroom is no treat for girls: the gents and the ladies are combined in the same space and it's not very clean. Better supervision is needed.
The servers are friendly.
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