At the top of a lush hill in Linden stands a restaurant unlike any other. According to legend, Napoleon Bonaparte spent a night there. On the way back from a tour of inspection in May 1810, Napoleon and his small entourage got lost. Hungry and freezing cold, they knocked on the door of Jef Tiet’s isolated farmhouse. The imperial appetite was apparently not just limited to the plate – legend has it that Eliane, the peasant’s daughter, was also to his taste. Do you want to know how the story ends? You can find out down to the smallest detail in the establishment’s menu.