Near Rugbyman, in the St Catherine district. Competent, attentive wait staff, good, traditional food (Lapin Moutarde is excellent).
We had to wait for over an hour for 2 soups and 3 portions of croquettes. The fish soup had 1 mussel and a shrimp head, the tomato soup was just boring. The croquettes tasted ok (the shrimp ones very soggy though), but way too expensive for what you get.
I am surprised with the bad reviews associated with this restaurant . It seems to be a love/hate affair and we do not understand why . We went there for an early dinner when we arrived in Brussels and we were more than happy with our selection . The food was excellent : I had the Lapin à la Geuze... 更多
This restaurant is very near Saint Catherine's Church. They have a nice variety of fish, lobster, rabbit, and beef. Very friendly staff that will help you select some of the popular dishes. Try the dessert made with eggs, Porto, ice cream and other ingredients. Seating is available for inside and outside. Reservations are needed for sitting outside.
We planned going somewhere that we had researched in advance on trip adviser, but when we arrived we found it was closed, so we took a chance on Au Cochon D'Or. I really wish we had not - this was truly the worst experience in our 4 day stay in Brussels. When we arrived we took seats outside and we... 更多
Good restaurant, near Catherine Catedral. I am recomand this restaurant, also the Irish beafsteak, also rabitt, also all. Service is good, do not miss them!
The Cochon d’Or in Brussels is a glorious throwback to the 1940s It is unusual in these hectic times to be greeted at the door by the chef and the maitre d’ who appeared untroubled by the pressure of clientele inside the restaurant. It soon became apparent however that culinary preparation did in fact require them elsewhere for much of... 更多
what was it that should have given it away, the laminated pictures of the food outside, the touting waiters speaking... 更多