Yen Ping restaurant, established for several years, is still undiscovered by many Brussels folk.
One reason could be that it’s tucked away down a street near the Flemish Parliament and is, therefore, frequented by plenty of lunchtime office workers but maybe not so many others living in various parts of the city.
Its also very easy to miss unless, that is, you speak to one of its many contented customers who will testify to the quality and value of the food it serves.
The menu is wonderful, featuring a particularly tasty tofu, Chinese raviolis, great traditional soups and duck with orange.
The owner has been in Brussels for many years and clearly knows what Belgians like, hence the particularly generous portions. Yes!
If you’ve not been to this terrific eatery then give it a go. It doesn’t have a website so, really, the only way you’re going to get a real feel for it is to get along there and sample its great grub.
It’s open daily for lunch and dinner, but is closed on Sunday.
Restaurant Yen Ping
48 Rue de la Croix de Fer
Tel: 02 223 21 60