In Brussels, international restaurants tend to dominate the scene—but C'est Bon, C'est Belge offers truly local cuisine and style to its patrons. The menu is not overly large, meaning that each dish is carefully selected and curated to provide only the best. Start with foie gras on gingerbread toast or goat cheese with honey, and for a main course check out Flemish carbonnade or classic meatballs. A special lunch deal (starter, main course, and dessert) clocks in at 17€, and private dinner tasting parties can be booked as well. To get an idea of the world of Belgian cuisine, C'est Bon, C'est Belge is the place.
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