Breakfast & Brunch.
Sausage and a good steak aren't necessarily breakfast/brunch staples. At Jack O'Shea, though, they are: It's a Meat Lover's Brunch.
What drew my attention to this place was the name: Chez Franz is a nice spot in Ixelles, offering down-to-earth Brunch on the Weekends.
Make sure to book a table before heading to Brunch at ICI! Tasty, healthy ingredients and a lovely bread selection make this litte Brunch spot very popular.
Rue du Marché aux Poulets is not one of my favourite corners in Brussels: Close to Grand Place there are a lot of tourists. Peck 47 is a welcome oasis.
We are Brunch fans. And we are huge La Fabrique fans, because of their weekend brunch. It's lavish, it's tasty, it's one of the best brunches in Brussels.
In the middle of Matongé, you will find Maison Renardy, a very chic tea-room, where their homemade pastries and coffee are being served on a silver tray.
There's many options for food & drinks around Place Fernand Coq: Coffee and Cocktails at De Haus, Burgers at L'Amour Fou - or Breakfast here at Sucré Salé.
We went to Charli to track down the best croissants in town. We immediately fell in love with this bakery (and all the sweet treats) in the St. Catherine area.
Ever wanted to sit around huge Belgian farmhouse table with people from all around the world? Try Les Filles and their great weekend Brunch.
Finally another alternative to Café Belga - now there is a (new) venue on lovely Place Flagey: Épaulé Jéte. They also do a Brunch Buffet on the weekends.
Parc Egmont is a hidden gem in the city centre. Once you are inside, you cannot miss the Orangerie, where you will find tea, coffee and even brunch.
It's a Café, it's a interior design shop, it's a trendy clothing store. It's hard to put a label on L'Atelier en Ville, which is what makes this place great.
When we went to the banco! bar/resto in Ixelles, the place was buzzing. It's quite a nice place and their burgers have a good reputation, too.