When it’s time to get down to some serious dining, Brussel’s Le Selecto is exactly what you’d want and expect for a transcontinental bistronomique experience. All the classics you’d expect are represented here. And the atmosphere is warmly European.
For the first course: Appetizers slightly baked with a cream sauce and red peppers.
Next: Scallops with veggies.
Creme brulee de foie gras…
Veal shank with heirloom legumes…
And finally, ling cod with diced celeraics in a cream sauce.
Everything was delicious.
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