Cafés. Tearooms. Bakeries.
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.
Fresh pastries, great coffee and a stylish interior make Leopold Café Press one of the best breakfast cafés in Brussels. Beware of the angry smurf!
Bagels and Brunch sounded like a great combination, so we decided to have a weekend breakfast at Au Pays Des Merveilles. It's a nice, quite Belgian place.
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.
In an old factory building in St Gilles you will find La Tricoterie and its industrial chic: On Sundays, come here for a little market as well as the brunch.
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.