Is fine dining something you only do when there is something to celebrate? Brasserie-Restaurant Nestor in Flemish Brabant does not think this should be the case. Its modern venue invites anyone to enjoy not only classic dishes, but also its own distinctive style for any occasion. The interior is light and open, with references to Belgian artist Hergé’s comic figure Tintin. “Something to be very proud of,” says chef Bart Lardinois. This same idea is valid for other aspects of his business: products he uses for his menu like meats, fish, even the mustard, come from local suppliers. This means Lardinois can surprise his customers with seasonal meals, which they can find on his suggestion menu, in addition to his original classics.