This restaurant together with a few others under the same owner has been declared bankrupt. I don’t think it’ll reopen.
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We were with a group and thereby served in one of the upstairs rooms. Nice traditional decor very close to the grand place. Service OK without anything special. The food was good but also here nothing special apart from that the cod was really fresh...More
Luxurious setting and prices .Historice building on the grand Place.sumptuious setting.There is a reasonable daily menu at ground level but the luxury is upstairs.Need to book.
Attended a private dining event here and the food was good, not amazing. Staff were professional and were very quiet when serving right through our discussions over dinner - which doesn't happen too often. Great location in a historic building.
What can I say good about this restaurant?. None, I suppose. Let's start with the service. I recommend that all the waiters do a crash course on hospitality. Service is the worst I have experienced. My Italian friend must have requested for some bread (because...More
We had a room on the upper level, with a balcony that had a splendid view of the Grand Place. I very much enjoyed a glass of wine on the balcony. The food itself was fine, nothing particularly memorable, but I guess one comes here...More
Overlooking Brussel's Grand Place, La Maison du Cygne has an unique though pricey offer of fine cuisine at a historic location. Definitely more of a business/high society dinner locale, a meal here will be memorable for your guests for the cuisine and the view.
I had a business dinner for 20 in a private room. Excellent ambiance in this historic 17th century building and wonderful views overlooking Grand Place. Service was excellent and 20 of us were served a 3 course meal with water, wine, and beer in a...More
We visited this restaurant on a Sunday. We had been there several times before, including for a wedding reception. The service on this occasion was simply appalling right from the beginning. We had to ask three times for bread and after waiting for 25 minutes...More