This lovingly refurbished 17th-century house boasts some of Belgium's best cookingwith prices to matchby chef Johan Segers. The Flemish food...more
Right in the heart of the city by the Grand'Place, on a street of "authentic" buildings that may look good from the outside, but aren't, this ideal...more
A Belle Époque bank converted by restaurateur-designer extraordinaire Antoine Pinto, this huge brasserie is all buzz, from the bars (oyster, beer, and...more
Near the two Sablon squares and the flea market, this gallery-restaurant has young Brussels showing her best profile. Installed in a mercantile building from...more
Belgium wouldn't be Belgium without, well, French Fries (the French still don't quite understand why Americans blame these fried potato sticks on them), and...more
Who would have thought the industrial look could be as swanky as this? Het Pomphuis serves an upmarket menu, including dishes such as cod on a bed of mashed...more
Formerly a Congolese warehouse, this lively local favorite is a great place to grab a casual meal. The decor is standard Flanders: worn black-and-white floor...more
It doesn't matter that it has long lost its status as the trendy restaurant in the city: Dining at La Quincaillerie is still a genuinely unique Bruxellois...more
Yes, this is the founding branch of the wildly popular anti-Atkins boîtes, of which there are 10 in Brussels (plus 13 in New York City and nine in the Los...more
Don't leave town without having a meal at Lux, which offers one of the city's most sumptuous and priciest dinners, but also one of its most affordable prix fixe...more
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