This once-upon-a-time Delvaux leather goods factory (pictured far right) has been refitted out into a labyrinthine modular space with a postmodern decor. Inventive modern European cuisine with a soupcon of exotic influence is attractively served by speedy young professional staff. Just reading the menu makes your mouth water. Fish dishes are tantalizingly described: ‘Goujonnettes of sea bream cooked in Melegueta pepper with an emulsion of blood orange and red curry’ or ‘Fillet of Spanish sea bass cooked one side in its skin, with a beetroot and lime vinaigrette’. Meat dishes are equally elaborate, and there is at least one vegetarian option. Can be a bit noisy, due to its size. Private rooms, and even two whole upper floors can accommodate groups ranging from ten to 250. Lunchtime menu €16, ‘Clin d’oeil’ three-course menu for €35, or a five-course tasting menu with wines for €70, which takes all the tedious decision-making away. Covered terrace for warmer evenings.