Fragma restaurant is a real find and we have a huge “coup de Coeur” because it got everything we love. First the setting in an old historic building located in the Bondgenotenlaan in Leuven. A building with a lot of character and a beautiful large garden. The interior has a sober design with a Scandinavian feel. Two, the location which is ten minutes’ walk from the central train station of Leuven and most of all the food by Kevin Gijsembergt, a young and very talented chef.
The menu entitled Fragments from the season was a great introduction to Kevin Gijsembergt culinary universe. The meal was served in seven steps plus the usual amuse-bouche and sweets.
Every dish was a delicacy and a work of art, the composition of the dish, the flavors and the quality of its ingredients, all perfectly cooked. From the raw oyster with carrot and sesame’s structure to the smoked eel with pumpkin and onion dashi and the deer from the Ardennes slowly cooked with eggplant & game sauce with tonka bean to the tarte tatin with parsnip & hazelnut ice cream.
The wine list was amazing but for our dinner, we chose to pair with our meal five non-alcoholic drinks which were very original and stunningly good.
The service by our hostess and sommelier was very kind, professional and very attentive to our Littleboboon Junior.
Fragma restaurant is a must when visiting Leuven and it is only 28 minutes by train from Brussels.
3000 Leuven, Belgium
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