There are a whole lot of seafood restaurants on the Quai aux Briques and we chose this one because it has a nice 3 course lunch menu for 23 euro.
The restaurant overlooks a lovely square flanked by... more
This restaurant is now very popular, it has expanded since my last visit a few years ago (I think they moved a few doors down) and the service is clearly suffering.
These are good value with choices... more
Ok, the first thing is that Chez Leon is on Rue du Bouchors .... where you'll find all the tourist type of restaurants with tourist prices, Since mussels are in seasons we decided to try this place... more
This restaurant was a great experience. The food is absolutely delicious, the service very friendly and the setting is just wonderful. A bit of Morocco in the middle of Brussels. Tajine with prunes... more
You will be rewarded with a nicely varied menu, attentive staff, understatedly elegant seating, excellent wines, and terrific desserts... it's the place worth going if you are in the area and can't... more
because I'm a vegetarian, I was worried that I wouldn't find many options, but on the contrary I found so many delicious choices, also my husband who is not a vegetraian loved the food there. the... more
In’t Spinnekopke (in the Little Spider’s Head) is a Brussels tradition for its beery cuisine as well as its fine mix of up market service and rustic Brussels charm. It manages to be both a fine dining... more
Café MONK was a stopover during one of our Brussels visits.
It's a typical Belgian café with a bar at the entrance with some tabeles and chairs and long seats along the walls. In the back there's a... more
The restaurant is fairly close to Grand Place. When we arrived the restaurant was fairly quiet; it soon filled up including one noisy table for 12 tourists.
The menu is long on items and short on... more
This restaurant is in Ixelles but easily reachable by taxi. It is mainly serving fish and has an oyster bar at its entrance.
It's a former old ironmonger’s shop (See all the wooden drawers... more
I had the chance to have a eat there with my family... It was realy great... but really expensive even if the menu didn't show the prices: it is only for the men!!
The place is "cosy" and the name... more
This exceptional gastronomical place is located in a street called 'Notre Dame du Sommeil' which showes its name to a little chappel where sleepless souls in the 16th century came to pay hommage to... more
Brussels... been there several times and sure need to go back a few more times. I have only explored a very few musea and quite some city area's.
I still haven't found the heart (or the soul) of this...