Chocolate. Ice-Cream. Waffles.
Brussels is a paradise for chocolate lovers, and it has recently gotten a brandnew attraction for the sweet-toothed visitors: The Belgian Chocolate Village.
At Zaabär you can get a small peek inside their production line before browsing the shop in the back of the store - or you can opt for a chocolate workshop.
How much is good chocolate really worth? We find it hard to spend 80 €/Kilo on chocolate. Thank god we discovered Maison Bruyerre's great sweet treats!
Where Belgium has its borders with France and Luxembourg, you will find the Abbey of Orval. And you will find their great beer in pralines at Edouard.
This small chocolate boutique directly in the city centre is good if you fancy a change from the usual chocolatiers. Beware: It's in the tourist hub!
Mary is a high-quality alternative to the usual chocolatiers around the Grand Place. The chocolates are famous - no wonder US-presidents shop here.