We arrived late and the kitchen was about to close, yet they did it hesitate to let us sit, I recommend to go for the lobster dish... was delicious ...
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We visit Namur on a regular basis : mainly to explore the region and to have long walks along the rivers Meuse & Sambre(both are very enjoyable). One of the restaurants that we always include on this visits is (or from now on : wàs)...More
I was very disappointed with the restaurant. Expensive, yet average at best. i had a beef dish...about the toughest beef ever. Some plates were excellent, others poor. Very inconsistent.
Located on a cosy little square, it looked pretty inviting. My in-laws had been there a few times, it was my first visit, but looking at the menu I felt a bit reluctant. They mainly work with menus rather than " à la carte" and...More
The restaurant La Petite Fugue is located on a romantic square. The old house has a very nice interior. The reception is very friendly. One can eat à la carte or order a menu. We ordered the Elisa menu. Immediately after the order a small...More
This restaurant, located in the old town of Namur provides a good atmosphere, service and nice menu's for a correct price. Wines good and reasonably priced. The standard menu at 29, with 3 courses and 2choices for each retains some surprises and is an experiment...More
Tasteless, in every point of view. The service is awful. You have to ring to get in, which at first seems select, but you are welcomed by a gross, noisy and indelicate waiter. He almost put the menu on my colleague's face! He screams the...More
It is always a pleasure for me to have dinner at "La Petite Fugue". The chef, Pascal Pirlot, has a taste for innovative cooking, with some well-tempered influence from molecular gastronomy. The decor has been fully redone in 2007 and is now modern and discrete...More
One of the very few restaurants that was opened on Sunday 25 Dec 2011. A group of 6 of us had dinner there. The 35 Euros menu was sufficient and reasonably priced. Overall, a decent experience though what surprised us was the fact that when...More