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The chance to meet deer and foxes just a few kilometres from the city centre is only one of the pleasures offered by the Soignes forest, 4,383 hectares of magnificent woodland, only 1,654 hectares of which are actually within the Brussels region. The forest provides facilities for picnics, cycle paths and bridle paths, and a network of paths and pedestrian trails, making it a popular destination for walks and relaxation. The mainly beech woods are home to a wide range of flora and fauna and include 5 nature reserves: the Trois Fontaines, the Vuylbeek valley, the "Enfants noyés", the Pinnebeek pond and the Rouge Cloître which is one of the most interesting parts of the forest.
Possibility of guided promenades organized by "Les Amis de la Forêt de Soignes" (Tel: +32 2 215 17 40). Only accessible on foot. Access : Metro : Hermann-Debroux / Tram : 44 / Bus : 96
Written Apr 11, 2003
As we were here for a celebration, we had the menu Euro-Toques (50 €) wines included.
It was a great experience as they serve the dishes with the adapted wines. Have a look at their site and make your mouth water.
There is also a lunch at 18 €
open on weekdays, saturday evening and sunday noon
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: rue acques Bassem 111 1160 Auderghem Bruxelles
Phone: + 32 (0)2 675 20 20
Entering the restaurant is as a trip into a fairy-tale...
You'll have dinner inside a berber tent decorated with valuable objects and thousands of khaimas, those multicoloured moroccan lanterns.
Open every day from 12 until 2 p.m. and from 7 until 11 p.m. and until midnight in WE
Favorite Dish: Tajines and couscous are served in the typical dishes. If curiosity is yours, choose a "moroccan table" , an unendless stream of mezzes and other specialities from starter until dessert.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: chaussée de Wavre 1390 /1160 Brussels (Auderghem)
Phone: + 32 (0)2 675.00.04
The decoration consists of everything from a propeller in the ceiling to old toys, kitchen utensils, farming tools and round the world car plates. Great rustic place with nice food.
Favorite Dish: Goats cheese salad with honey sauce. Also does other salads, steak, ribs and pasta dishes and some nice desserts for a reasonable price. Most things are served on huge Spanish clay plates.
Written Sep 21, 2007
Address: 137, Chaussee de Tervuren
Don't go if you don't have time as it has to be said that service is incredibly slow! But the atmosphere is great as you sit in what is almost a Moroccan tent with very imaginative decorations. Food is typical Moroccan fare like couscous dishes with lamb etc. but also some good surprises like baked chicken.
Favorite Dish: The huge bric dessert with almonds and warm milk...or the very garlicky carrot salad
Written Sep 21, 2007
Address: Chaussée de Wavre, Auderghem
I go there for years now on a regularly basis (a proof of quality)
If you want a seat, it's save to book in advance most of the time. Sandrine is your very kind host. The place is decorated with car plates and antique toys.
The very cosy terrace with iron and ceramic tables and seats is an intimate place.
Only open on weekdays.
Favorite Dish: Different delicious salads (goat cheese, seafood, tomatoes and mozzarella etc.)
Steak or chicken with different sauces (blue cheese, mushrooms, hot tomato), pastas, cordon bleu and of course mussels and french fries. Also try the chocolate mousse and the moroccan mint tea. Yummy !!!!!
Updated Nov 27, 2005
Address: Chaussée de Tervueren 37, 1160 Auderghem Brussels
Phone: + 32 (2) 672 21 33
Friendly and quick service. Outer terrace and covered terrace. A great variety of delicious dishes. Also african and brasilian cuisine.
Favorite Dish: From belgian to exotic cuisine (african, brazilian....) Daily a different lunch at a reasonable price.
Updated Jul 10, 2003
Address: chaussée de Wavre 1700 - 1160 Brussels - Auderghem
Phone: + 32 (0) 2 675.00.92
From Ringroad ast or E411(Namur-Brussels), at Leonard crossing, drive direction Brussels, then first exit along Herrmann Debroux viaduct, exit on the right chaussée de Wavre and the first path after the small parking on your right before the traffic lights. Drive through the forest until you find a larger parking.
If you come by metro : stop At Herrmann Debroux. It is 5' walk direction E 411
Updated May 2, 2003