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[Brussels] La Clef Des Champs

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La Clef Des Champs

Add: Rue de Rollebeek 23, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Tel: 02 512 11 93
Hours: 12-2pm, 7:30-10pm (Closed on Sunday & Monday)
Price: [lunch] €19.50 [dinner] €35.50~59.50
Visited: Jul 2011

La Clef Des Champs is a cosy little French restaurant on Rue de Rollebeek, just a short walk from Brussels Central Station. Delicious Lyonnais and Provencal dishes in a setting of purple pink table clothes and chandeliers…a delightful lunch spot!

La Clef Des Champs’ Menu Campagnard, available for lunch Tuesday to Saturday, is an excellent deal. At €19.50, you have choices from 6 starters, 7 main courses, and 4 desserts. We started our meal with a lovely Chicken Liver Terrine (served with toasted bread) and gelatinous, juicy, intensely flavorful Pigs Trotter Vouvray Mode.

Main courses were equally impressive. First there was the Blanquette of Veal a L’ancienne, a veal stew in cream sauce that was so rich, so tender, and so flavorful that I could not resist but to scoop up even the last bit of the sauce with complimentary bread (the bread basket was refilled promptly by our waitress).

Then there was the Grilled White Sausage with Tarragon Sauce, which had a hint of alcohol and extremely tender (I’m guessing the ingredients included liver or the likes). Another thumbs up dish. 

II was very pleasantly surprised by the Profiteroles with Vanilla Ice-Cream and Hot Chocolate. The profiteroles were crispy and crunchy, the ice-cream soft and cold, the chocolate hot and rich. Very satisfying.

There’s nothing I could complain about the meal at La Clef Des Champs. Highly recommended for lunch.

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July 28th, 2011 at 7:56 pm