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We tested Hertz Pop-up, the new must-see spot in Grand-Rue



The pretty corner terrace of Pop-up Hertz is undeniably one of its best assets and offers a very appreciable comfort, in the sun or in the shade, to enjoy a few good dishes, or a breakfast...  (Photo: DR)

The pretty corner terrace of Pop-up Hertz is undeniably one of its best assets and offers a very appreciable comfort, in the sun or in the shade, to enjoy a few good dishes, or a breakfast...  (Photo: DR)

A historic building, a long-awaited takeover, a beautiful terrace and a well-made menu: we finally sat down at Pop-up Hertz!

The "Roast Beef Brioche", one of the appetizers at the Hertz Pop-up. (Photo: Maison Moderne)

The "Roast Beef Brioche", one of the appetizers at the Hertz Pop-up. (Photo: Maison Moderne)

And we did it right! Served generously (it can clearly be shared by two) and topped with rocket and grated cheese, this "lost" brioche quickly found its way back to our taste buds thanks to a very good roast beef and a particularly successful "tomato relish".

For the rest of the meal, two options were available: a classic Caesar salad (€21) - which often gives you a good idea of an establishment - or a "codfish/grilled potatoes" that smells like summer (€24). Not to mention the small baos of pulled pork (€16) not far behind this leading duo. In the end, it is the fish that wins, cooked to perfection, and seasoned just so, it was as good as for the starter and no useless effects.