Elderly local couples and smart young things, tourists as well as suits clearly working for the EU—all are cheerfully welcomed in this smart and savvy "contemporary brasserie." The long, slightly narrow room is done in bright colors, industrial-style pipes, and clever lighting. The pan-European menu includes Scottish smoked salmon with horseradish cream as well as good Belgian shrimp croquettes. For main courses, the duck breast with caramelized apples and cider and mashed potatoes, and the roast scallops both hit the spot. The wine list is moderately priced, and the older waiters are some of the most professional—and friendliest—in town. Lola deserves her success.