On our quest to find the best fries in Brussels, we ventured out to Uccle to try Chez Eugene. It's an old-school, authentic friterie that serves great fries
Chez le Grec is a bit off the beaten track, but it is worth the short Metro ride to Anderlecht. You will be rewarded with great Frites and good service.
There had been a celebrated friterie on Place Saint-Josse dating back to the 1930s, which closed down in 2009. A new one opened in early 2011: Chez Palma.
The Friterie de la Barriere is popular not just for its fries, but also for its long opening hours: It is usually open until 5 am, sometimes even until 7.
For a little more than two years we have been searching all over Brussels for the Best Fries in town. Here is our ranking of the best fries in Brussels.
Maison Antoine is still our favourite friterie in Brussels. Not only do they make great fries, you can also take them to one of the cafés on Place Jourdan.
Fritkot Bompa is what you can call an old-school friterie in Brussels. It is a family business and it is no-nonsense - sometimes open until late night!
If the weather is nice, the Parc Georges Henri is full with people, especially on the weekends. Many will carry a cone of french fries from Chez Fernand.
The Friterie du Miroir in Jette ticks quite a few boxes: You can watch the potatoes being cut right there and it seems to be a favourite with the locals.
Frit Flagey. Some rave about them, others are disappointed. Find out what we thought about the Frites from this popular Chips Shop in the heart of Ixelles.
The St. Catherine quarter is one of the nicest in the touristy centre. Sometimes you will find a Friterie here - not the best, but they will do the trick