Bon-Bon's menu changes often, depending on what is currently available in the local market, allowing the chef to work with the freshest ingredients possible. The Michelin-rated restaurant takes pride in offering inventive main courses as well as whimsical twists on desserts. The friendly staff is happy to guide diners in choosing wines to complement their meals.
The brainchild of chef Alexandre Dionisio, Alexandre opened its doors just a few weeks after Dionisio won the French version of TV's Top Chef. The creative menu focuses on bringing diners the best examples of modern French cuisine. The restaurant's main focus is fresh, seasonal cuisine, so the menu changes daily. If visiting for dinner, be sure to make reservations well in advance.
The Ars Vinorum is an epicurean delight, geared towards true-blue gourmets. Their selection of Italian wines, cheese, conserves, flavored olive oil and specialty foods are great for a special occasion or authentic Italian dinner. Discover a range of hard-to-find items like white truffles, olive oil from Naples and more. The restaurant features a charmingly rustic, cozy ambiance, ideal for a quiet meal with a date. The menu changes weekly, depending on what's in season. You'll find dishes like swordfish carpaccio with zuchini and capers; ravioli with braised meat sauce; swordfish steak with beans and fennel drizzled in olive oil. Their wine list features a fine selection from Italy, from fruity whites to robust reds.
Stepping into La Mamma seems equivalent to stepping in Italy, with the aroma of fresh cheese wafting through the air and the sounds of the waitstaff talking to each other in rapid Italian. Serving authentic Italian fare from all corners of Italy along with a host of Italian wines, you are bound to love this place if you are a fan of this Mediterranean cuisine. Although they have a menu that changes seasonally depending on what’s available in the market, local favorites on the menu often include paccheri alla norma, spaghetti frutti di mar and the usual but well-curated selection of cheese and meat. If you are looking for high quality Italian food to satiate your appetite, look no further than La Mamma in Place Saint-Josse.
Not only does Bozar Brasserie have the usual French-Belgian fare, but it also serves an assortment of signature dishes. Dig into delicacies like Eel Mousse, Ox-Tongue house-smoked and salted, Pigeon from anjou grilled in the tandoor oven, and Beef Tenderloin from Bavaria. The Marinated Lake Trout and Rabbit baked in casserole are equally delicious. However, the best way to get a taste of the sumptuous meals they have on offer is to opt for one of the two prix fixe menus, Discovery or Confiance. Save room for an Eclair prepared with bourbon vanilla or the Glazed Meringue Cake for a sweet, flavorful ending. Set in a spacious place, with a cozy, quaint atmosphere, the restaurant is quite ideal, especially if you are bored of the usual fare.
Set in a cozy, intimate space, L’Idiot du Village serves seasonal French cuisine that is sure to please your palate. Not only are the dishes from the hand-written menu prepared from fresh, organic ingredients everyday but they are thoughtful, creative and well-balanced. They also have a well-curated selection of imported wines which complement the delectable meals splendidly. Whether you want to celebrate a special occasion, impress your date or simply pamper yourself with good quality food, the food and ambience at L’Idiot du Village won’t disappoint.
With love at the heart of this bistro's menu, it is hard to go wrong with any selection you make at Le Chou. Chef Dominique Aubry has put a new spin on the definition of "bistro food" by adding modern flare and technique to classic French and Belgian dishes. Le Chou offers a prix fixe menu, which includes dessert, and the large and enticing wine selection has something to compliment any dish on the menu.