Resto Henri Brussels, located on the Rue de Flandre with a number of other excellent restaurants, has a nice blend of modern European and traditional Belgian dishes all served in a warm, pleasant setting. The restaurant is a Michelin Plate ("good cooking") and is known for its use of fresh ingredients and capable prepration.
The menu changes frequently, about every four weeks, and is inspired by the seasonal produce that is available at the time.
The menu is actually divided up into a traditional Belgian section and the more seasonal section, which they call their "Suggestions".
We tasted traditional shrimp croquettes, speculoos ice cream, and enjoyed our beloved Cantillon gueze (turns out Resto Henri and Cantillon are good friends and go way back) while also exploring creative offerings such as beet cure salmon gravlax and a hamachi topped quinoa "cake" with avocado ice cream spheres.
We had a business dinner here and the environment was perfect. It was quiet yet cozy, charming, and warm. Service was pleasant, and all in all, we had a great time.
If I lived here, I could see myself becoming a regular here.
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