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European
6 reviews
Gourmets travel from far and wide to sup in the Art Nouveau dining room of this undisputed (and expensive) top table of Brussels. — Insight Guides
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French
6 reviews
A charming inn so typical of Brussels, with a bistro-style ambience and a menu that pays homage to the traditions of Belgian brasseries. Terrace on the square. — Michelin Guide
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European
7 reviews
The place is cheerful and light, and service is bustling but friendly. — Fodor's
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European
5 reviews
It may be only stone’s throw from Rue des Bouchers, but this timeless bistro feels a world away. — Lonely Planet
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European
4 reviews
With dark wood, mirrors, a high frescoed ceiling, Magritte images on the walls, and marble-topped tables, this welcoming Art Nouveau brasserie has a loyal local following. — Frommer's
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Seafood
5 reviews
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 experience. — Concierge
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European
4 reviews
Food is by chef Marco Faujour, who originally intended to cater to local members of the film industry but now has opened his menu to the public. — Wallpaper
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Seafood
5 reviews
For an elegant yet trendy meal in Brussels, featuring great Belgian ingredients, a visit to Belga Queen is a must — Afar Magazine
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International
5 reviews
One of the best known restaurants in Belgium — Afar Magazine
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European
4 reviews
A brasserie so fashionably and contemporarily fitted out in white wood, stone and glass that the place would seem cold were it not for the warmth and open friendliness of the staff. — DK Eyewitness
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European
2 reviews
— Frommer's
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French
3 reviews
This grande dame of Brussels's internationally recognized restaurants overlooks the Grand-Place and serves Belgian and French classics. — Frommer's
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Seafood
4 reviews
The menu varies according to the catch of the day. — Michelin Guide
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European
4 reviews
There are no magic mushrooms at this gourmet retro bistro - but they do worship ceps, chanterelles and oyster mushrooms, paired with quaffable wines. — Michelin Guide
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European
4 reviews
Set in a 19th-century mansion on chic, boutique-lined Avenue Louise, this restaurant champions clean eating, with a healthy portion of organic, seasonal produce accompanying nearly every dish — Frommer's
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European
2 reviews
Enchanting old-world restaurant near the eponymous church, featuring gingham tablecloths, walls jammed with framed pictures and authentic dishes from France’s southwestern and Basque regions. — Lonely Planet
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European
2 reviews
You'll find one of the city's top kitchens in this renovated château on the fringes of the Bois de la Cambre park. — Frommer's
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European
2 reviews
Who would not dream of having such a brasserie just down the street? Henri has been delighting the locals of this Flemish-speaking neighbourhood with its good food. — Michelin Guide
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Cafe
2 reviews
MOK serves some of the capital’s best coffee and offers a wide range of vegan-inspired recipes prepared by Josefien Smets - think crispy tofu and pickled cucumber sandwiches or their legendary avocado toast. — Lonely Planet
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European
2 reviews
Using locally sourced and organic ingredients, award-winning chef Damien Bouchéry puts his own twist on French cooking with veal tartare and grilled nectarines. — Lonely Planet
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