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The Point de Vue is aptly named since 1972 at the beginning of the boulevard. If you like to contemplate, the place is ideal with passage and a magnificent view of the restored Opera House. Bosses love a job well done, quality products and good management: the ransom of success for half a century! The building is a former stagecoach station dating back to 1652 and the interior exudes the soul of houses that have lived. The extensive menu offers something for every taste and every budget: meat, fish, pasta, salads, fresh fries and, of course, boulets a la liègeoise, served in casseroles (Boulet de Cristal 2008 and 2015). The place is also known for the trays of zakouski that accompany the glasses, as an aperitif. Very nice terrace and beautiful veranda for summer and winter