Breakfast. Brunch. Lunch. Dinner.
La Quincaillerie is a special place in Brussels: A stylish restaurant with a top menu inside a former hardware store. Their business lunch is a true steal.
In the area of Matongé, you will find African restaurants aplenty. L'Horloge du Sud is one of the best - we had a great African Feast there. Book a table!
Tracking down a good burger isn't always that easy. Especially not in Belgium. At Rachel you will not be disappointed: The burger creations are creative.
Looking for fine, authentic Belgian food? Then look no further than C'est Bon, C'est Belge in the heart of Brussels, where you will find great Stoemp & Co.
Brussels caters to all different kinds of tastes and wallets - you can even eat in a Tram or have Dinner in the Sky. Or, you can give Bookalokal a shot.
Going out for Pasta isn't really one of our habits. We normally prefer trying out our own versions of sauce at home - but for La Piola, we changed our mind.
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.
At Le Chou de Bruxelles you will find a Classical Belgian Menu off the tourist track: Treat yourself to quintessential dishes like Moules Frites or Stoemp.
Quartier Libre might not offer the most authentic Spanish Tapas, nor do they have the fastest service. It's worth coming at Lunchtime, though.
It would be fair to call Amadeo Brussels a One-hit-wonder - they are famous for one thing, and one thing only: Their All-You-Can-Eat Offer of Spare Ribs.
Situated at the Mont des Arts, the views from the KWINT Restaurant are hard to beat: You will look right down over the city of Brussels - great at night!
In the middle of the Bois de la Cambre, you will find a little island - and on it the Chalet Robinson. There is even a little boat that will take you there.
Now that spring has finally arrived in Brussels and it's warm enough to sit outside most days, it's time for our Spring Special on Place Jourdan.
It sounds like a great place: An American retro-milkbar on the appealing place Georges Brugmann. Unfortunately only the design is American - not the service!
The Ouzerie is far from the tourist traps in the city centre. We came here to find authentic Greek foods, and it's certainly one of the better places to go.
What could be better than a small, family-run Pizzeria, where you can watch your Pizza being done in the wood-fired oven? Liloo is one of Brussels' best.
Brussels is rich when it comes to options for fine dining. Rouge Tomate is one of the best choices in the area around Avenue Louise and Place Chatelain.
Authentic Portugese Food near Place Flagey. Though the ambience was a bit rustic, the service was quick and the drinks were reasonably priced.
Tucked away in Rue de Pascale you will find this authentic Italian restaurant around the corner from the European Parliament and a short walk from Schuman.