We offer our guests one set menu at €47 and another at €59. We change these menus on the last Thursday of the month so that your taste buds can continue enjoying the delights of the seasons. And because sometimes we may want to treat ourselves, but time is short, the Chef puts together a “Gourmet Stopwatch” menu each day for just €37. This means you can be in and out in just 60 minutes, at lunchtime or in the evening, having enjoyed a meal fit for a king!
The majority of the food we serve is ‘homemade’. Any dishes we don’t make ourselves we source and develop with local producers. Each and every one is designed to use fresh, seasonal produce, delivered every day. This helps us to avoid waste and guarantee quality, reliability and consistency.
Our chef, Pascal Marcin, is the very embodiment of the latest generation of new chefs who respect the bounty of the local land (the famous ‘terroir’ in French), the produce of which he crafts into pure, spontaneous gourmet wonders.
From the idea to the plate… getting the final product right is the only concern of our crew in the kitchen.
We have a range of cocktails and a wine cellar bursting with interesting discoveries, while you’ll find our staff skilled and attentive as they offer you a variety of beverages sure to take you to seventh heaven.
And to make the most of your time spent chatting amongst yourselves, our cocktail list features the good old favourites, alongside ‘signature’ collections, which can be served with or without alcohol.
Our wines are selected by our front-of-house manager and sommelier, Bruno Gosset. Great names from the four corners of the world rub shoulders companionably with smaller vineyards. Some are biodynamic, while others simply respect the soil worked by the growers – all for the greater pleasure of your taste buds.
For beer-lovers, our selection favours Belgian ales and quality bottled beers. We pride ourselves on our ‘Beer & food pairing’, too – where a specific beer is selected to accompany each dish. All orchestrated in conjunction with the ‘greatest of the little breweries’: Duvel Moortgat.