Michelin adds 15 Belgian restaurants to new Bib Gourmand list
Michelin has added 15 Belgian restaurants to the new edition of the Bib Gourmand Belux, the restaurant guide pulisher announced on Monday. The selection rewards restaurants with a good balance between price, quality and pleasure.
Six of the 15 new addresses are in Brussels: Kline in Brussels, St Kilda in Uccle, Le Variétés in Ixelles, ANJU in Saint-Gilles, l'Epicerie Nomad in Ixelles and Yoka Tomo in Schaerbeek. Two Bruges restaurants, Onslow and Quatre Vins, were awarded. Furbetto in Heverlee, near Leuven, has also been included in the guide.
Six other newcomers are in Wallonia: Mona Lisa in Yvoir, Enoteca and Magma in Liège, Au Phil des Saveurs in Bois-de-Villers, Le Confessionnal in Dinant and Garde Manger in Gesves.
"The restaurants awarded a Bib Gourmand show that they do not stick to one style or concept, but have one constant: damn good food"
"These establishments share the philosophy of offering a good meal at a moderate price, whether in the form of mezze, tapas or a classic three-course menu," says Werner Loens, selection director for the Michelin guides in the Benelux. "The restaurants awarded a Bib Gourmand this year show that they do not stick to one style or concept, but have one constant: damn good food."
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