Le Chalet de la Foret

Gastronomy

A little jewel

Seen from the sky, the Chalet de la Forêt looks like a large mansion at the edge of the Sonian Forest. A unique place, an exclusive gastronomic entity, a link between the city and its periphery, that its owner Pascal Devalkeneer has dreamed and built, stone by stone, dish after dish, for twenty years.

After earning a second star in the Michelin guide 2012, his establishment belongs now to the very select clubs of Grandes Tables du Monde and Relais & Châteaux. A consecration for this self-taught cook, who, even in the firmament of Brussels gastronomy, without any ostentation, any creative narcissism or avant-gardism at all costs, but rather in a discrete and constant quest for accuracy, a balance between cuisine and nature, between the plate and its surrounding.

Pascal Devalkeneer’s kitchen garden combines aesthetics and eco-responsibility and offers diners a real invitation to the awakening of the senses. The varieties that grow there, selected with care, have a gastronomic and heritage function, but also and especially educational. The guests observe the passage of the seasons, the changes of colors and the blooms of aromatic plants, as fragrant as delicate, the beauty of the wild flowers and wild herbs which enhances brilliantly the flavors of the menu.

Chalet De La Foret Interior 1 Xavier Harcq

Where to find us

Our points of sale

Drève de Lorraine, 43
1180 Brussels