The best meat deserves the shortest path between the stall and the plate. This is why our butcher and chef, refrigerators and stoves are so close to each other. Meat from Belgium and the world, the best cuts, the right cooking, the ideal accompaniment; everything here leads to what you want.
Walking through the Maison Leblanc, one of Belgium’s finest meat restaurants, is like walking through continents. It is like discovering a family tradition without forgetting a few side roads, or crossing pastures that are near or far, admiring vines that are classic or new. It also means reconnecting with the certainty that quality and quantity actually go well together.our restaurant in Liège
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The variety of sources, our experience, rigour and creativity allow us to present you with the best cuts of meat and the widest range of preparations.
From a perfect mince to traditional Liège pudding, from Black Angus to the Wagyu, discover – while you are at it – some sixty sausage barbecue recipes and our 'Dry Aged Meat' such as the Blonde of Galicia, Normandy and Salers.
And then, there are the beautiful surprises that different origins and seasons reserve for you, as well as meat and prepared dishes that are born with them. With fine and varied meats, everything is in place to also delight you at home.Notre boucherie à Liège
Cooking is when things taste like what they are. Curmonsky
I went there this afternoon and was amazed by the meat, the service and the places... Everything was simply perfect. The service was swift, quick, polite and adorable. The head waiter made us feel so comfortable. The steak was utter beauty. Our tastebuds are still excited. I can't wait to go back to Liège to enjoy this wonderful place again. Thank you for such a wonderful experience :)Jessy Asanti
Passage obligatoire pour tout amateur de viande ! Je n'avais pas mangé d'aussi bonnes frites depuis mon enfance sans compter les saveurs particulières dans la salade... Et je conseille de terminer avec le "Véritable Café Liégeois"...Pascal Everaert