Maison Alain Bianchin
Alain Bianchin’s romantic abode should be on the bucket list of any self-respecting foodie. This bona fide craftsman learned the ropes of classical cuisine in first-class establishments of the likes of Le Chalet dans la forêt and La Villa Lorraine. His curiosity and grasp of what the modern diner appreciates have led him to branch out and experiment with new flavours and techniques, often of Asian origin. For example, he might wrap partridge in vine leaves, paired with textbook Belgian fries and a foaming butter and Fine Champagne cognac sauce in a consummate demonstration that will go straight to the hearts of discerning gourmets. However, the chef is far from averse to offering dishes of Japanese inspiration such as aubergine, mint, pomegranate and a fresh, smoked sudachi-ponzu. Be it French, Italian or Asian, cooking is a research playground for Alain Binchin, ensuring that a meal in his establishment is always as exciting as it is delicious.
Brusselsesteenweg 663, 3090 Overijse, Belgium
+32 2 657 67 88