This place has one of the worst descriptions I have ever read: the brutalist kitchen, a cornucopia of flavour and soul. Not too long ago I went to check it out. Hidden in the corner of Rue Flandre in the Dansaert Area of Brussels, Kline welcomes you with a minimalist design, an open kitchen, and a great smell. As it is quite hip now, Kline also offers a selection of plates to share, mostly composed of locally sourced ingredients, balanced with meat, fish and veggie options.
As I am not a huge fan of mixing different tastes, I decided to go for the meaty and veggie options, including a tasty lamb Kofte with sweet hot sauce and fig leaves (yes, trust me), a fresh salad with chickpeas, “hot and heavy” potato with kimchi salt and “veganaise”, all accompanied by a crunchy yet soft sourdough bread with wild butter topped with burned leek salt (didn’t know it was a thing ‘till I tried). We paired our meal with a red wine from Sicily, which just added a nice touch to an otherwise amazing dinner. Whether to share a meal among close friends or to break the ice with a new acquaintance, Kline will leave you full, happy and satisfied (and make you not regret leaving your house even with a heavy rain). During weekends, it gets busy, so check their page and make sure to reserve your spot in advance.