My Tannour: Syrian cuisine recognized at Gault & Millau
My Tannour in Ixelles won the Gault & Millau Pop Award 2018 for the city of Brussels. We tested it! Discover our experience.
Créé le 12/11/2018 - Dernière mise à jour le 14/11/2018
My Tannour: discover the Syrian street food
The Gault & Millau is the gastronomic guide in Belgium but also abroad which awards the famous toques! For the Benelux, Gault & Millau has recognized the talent of 1,400 restaurants and breweries for the 2019 edition.
In recent years, Gault & Millau has developed a category "POP" which includes a selection of tendry restaurants and accessible. For Gaul & Millau: "POP is a selection of accessible and modern addresses where experience and concept occupy a central place".
Last week, Gault & Millau announced the 2019 winners and one of these winners is My Tannour!
My Tannour won the POP 2019 prize for the Brussels region. This street food restaurant offers authentic cuisine and a discovery of Syrian gastronomy. A "Tannour" is a large wood oven that can cook the cakes over low heat for 12 hours minimum.
In this Syrian restaurant, you will taste grilled halloumi cakes, falafel, chicken, lamb, beef, ... This cake is accompanied by salads, vegetables with oriental flavors and you can complete it with feta, eggplant, zucchini and roasted corn. You can decorate your dish with baked potatoes or lentil soup.
My Tannour is located at 98 de la Brasserie Street, next to Flagey. The place is very small so there is often a line to the corner but it is worth the wait! You have to order at the entrance which allows you to admire the ovens and the open kitchen.
The prices are very democratic and the quality of ingredients is at the rendezvous. For two slices of falafel with a lot of supplements and two needs, we got for 28 €.