Villa Lorraine is the quintessential gastronomic restaurant in Brussels, with a reputation going back to 1953. The amazing talents of Chef Camille Lurkin brought the Villa Lorraine three Michelin stars, which it kept from 1972 to 1984. However, it lost its last remaining star in 2006. In April 2012, Serge Litvine appointed a new chef, Alain Bianchin, who won back an initial star in less than 2 years.
Two years later, young Chef Maxime Colin took over and is determined
to restore Villa Lorraine to its former glory.