This Belgian restaurant, established in Guiana six or seven years ago, is run by an impressive and outspoken female chef-manager. The food, though unpretentious, is good and the service is one of the best in Guiana. Shrimp croquettes, carbonnade and waffles are well-executed. The atmosphere is quiet, the decor intimate and movie buffs will enjoy the photos of old films on the walls. You will be sure to have a good time as you finish off your meal with a coffee on the terrace.