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If you are a fan of Japanese food, you can't complain in Brussels. Izakaya may well be one of the most hidden restaurants in town. Try their lunch menus!
Are you a fan of steamed Chinese Pork Buns? Do you love those Dim Sum bamboo baskets? Well, Dam Sum in the Chatelain area is just the place for you!
I like Japanese Noodles, but they are not my primary reason to go to Umamido: I go there for the Pork Buns. With or without Kimchi, they are very delicious.
The Korean dish Bibimbap is one of our favourites. After trying it at several places in town we went to Maru to give their sizzling rica a try.
Do you we like ordering out? No, not really. But recently we gave Take Eat Easy a try. Here is our review - including a 10 € voucher for your first order.
We were rather surprised to find a note stuck on the door: The great Yamato Japanese noodle-bar on Place Saint-Boniface has closed down after 27 years!
Thai and Korean food is becoming increasingly more popular in Europe - and once you have visited Meli Mely, one of the best in Brussels, you will know why.
Yamato was a legendary place in Brussels - and probably the most authentic to enjoy Ramen. Unfortunately it has closed. We remember a visit.
If you're looking for an authentic Chinese Restaurant in central Brussels, Hong Kong Delight is one of your best choices. Make sure to try their Dim Sum!
Around the Market Hall of Saint Gery you have an abundance of choice between Asian Restaurants. Hong Hoa is one of the best for cheap Vientamese cuisine.