One thing special about it is that it was the only place other than mainly takeaway fast food joints to eat in Barveau. Another is that as Barveau is not widely proclaimed as a tourist town - although all the hotel accommodation was full - there is a 'come and enjoy it or don't bother' air to the place that I liked.
Favorite Dish: I have only eaten there once - on my own - so stating a favourite is a bit presumptious. However the cheapest menu consisted of local items and was delicious [local cured ham with melon, a magnificent trout and some Belgian cheeses.]
Along the bank of the Outhe-river in the shade of the castle are a few very good restaurnats with inviting terraces. A little further into the little town there is a wide range in restaurants, bistro's, lunchrooms and cafe's all serving tasteful dinners and menu's. With the view that most of them offer, the deliscious food only can taste even better.