The San Daniele restaurant owes its name to the famous and traditional ham from San Daniele, a small village in Northeast Italy in the Friuli region between the Alps and the Adriatic.
Franco in the kitchen, Stefano in the dining room. Such could be the simplistic picture of this transalpine house nestled behind the Koekelberg Cathedral.
The simply elegant setting has undergone a nice refresh, which only adds to the comfort of this table that has long been at the pinnacle of Italian gastronomy.
It is on the plate that we find the fine quality products that chef Franco Spinelli perpetuates in the great tradition of the boot even if pranks in France are sometimes savored, while paying particular attention to the truffle..
Sometimes exclusive for the San Daniele, the cellar gives pride of place to the great wines of Italy, and Stefano Spinelli will be happy to advise you.
The San Daniele has been Michelin starred since 2004 and received a Delta d'Or in 2011. The restaurant is also nominated by Gault and Millau as Italian Restaurant of the Year.