Le Canterbury

This café-restaurant founded in 1993 is situated at the Etangs d'Ixelles, 5 minutes away from the centre of the city. Amidst idyllic surroundings, we serve gastronomy specialities : poulet de ferme rôti à la broche (spit-roasted chiken), poussin désossé grillé béarnaise (deboned chick grilled with bearnaise sauce), langue de veau sauce au vin de Madère (veal tongue with Madeira wine sauce), choucroute garnie à l'alsacienne (sauerkraut with meat Alsatian fashion), civet de chevreuil à la française (jugged venison French fashion), the filet américain (recipe invented by Joseph Niels in 1926),...

A large round table at the first floor with a view on the ponds is at your disposal for a celebration or a business lunch (max. 15 places). The service is ensured by professionals. A beautiful terrace planted with sycamore trees is open if the weather is nice.

The restaurant has been decorated by Christophe Gevers and the paintings are from contemporary artists.

Opening Hours

Open every day from 10 am except on sunday. Kitchen open non-stop from noon till 10.30 pm.

Captains

M. Marc Demulder