It is in a unique ceramic paintings frame classified in UNESCO in the pedestrian center of Brussels that our team of professionals will make you discover many Belgian homemade specialties. Our chef selects our meats that are cut and flambé in the dining room.
Dominican street is one of the oldest shopping streets in the center of Brussels dating back to the 17th-18th centuries. These buildings were erected during the major reconstruction campaign in the center of Brussels after the bombardment of the city by the troops of Marechal de Villeroi in August 1695. In 1913, the entire ground floor of No. 8 is redeveloped by the architect Maurice Grimme for the Rôtisserie Vincent "House founded in 1905". It is at this time that the restaurant room receives an exceptional interior decoration by the presence of large painted ceramic paintings produced by the firm Helman (founded in 1897). By their original theme of great realism, these panels illustrate the coastal activity as it was .....
Monday 12:00 — 15:00
18:30 — 23:00
Order and pick up on site