This enormous scrap-wood sculpture by Brussels artist Arne Quinze is a whopping 40m-long, 25m-wide, 18m-high canopy that weighs more...
Two tiny, supercosy tasting rooms behind a tea-trading store offering six different bean types for its coffees and 200 teas served in an...
This cavernous brasserie has curious train-wheel decor enlivening the pale wooden panelling of an otherwise classic café. A youthful...
Lonely Planet review
Enchanting old-world restaurant near the eponymous church, featuring gingham tablecloths, walls jammed with framed pictures and authentic dishes from France’s southwestern and Basque regions, notably cassoulet , Périgord duck, foie gras and andouillette (strongly flavoured tripe sausage – very much an acquired taste).