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If you are a fan of Japanese food, you can't complain in Brussels. Izakaya may well be one of the most hidden restaurants in town. Try their lunch menus!
Are you a fan of steamed Chinese Pork Buns? Do you love those Dim Sum bamboo baskets?Well, Dam Sum in the Chatelain area is just the place for you!
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.
Momo isthe perfect location if you are looking for a change at lunchtime. This hole in the wall specialises on yummy - and healthy - Tibetan dumplings.
Tucked away in Rue Josephat in Schaerbeek you will find the hidden gem "Les trouvailles de Louise". A great place for a hearty breakfast or a light lunch.
It's a myth that Brussels is grey, and only grey, from September until March. Autumn in Brussels is as good a time as any other - and here are 5 reasons why
The Osteria Bolognese near Place Boniface is a great place for pasta fans and lovers of Italian food. However, be sure to book your table well in advance.
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.
Marcel Burger Bar is a new spot in the Chatelain area. What do we know about the dog in the bar's logo? Not much, because we're more interested in the meat.
Are you still trying to find Brussels best Pizza? Why not try a Turkish Pizza, a Pide, for a change? Lale Pizzeria in Schaerbeek serves Pide at its best!
The Tastes of August looks back on recent discoveries: From Rooftop Cocktail Bars to Gin made out of Cherry beer, from delicious ice cream to Italian lunch.
The Korean dish Bibimbap is one of our favourites. After trying it at several places in town we went to Maru to give their sizzling rica a try.
Moules Frites are a Belgian classic that everybody visiting Brussels should try at least once. Here is our guide to the best places for Mussels in Brussels.
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.
I have liked Burgers at Hard Rock Cafe Brussels for a long time. Now, there is something special on the menu: The Burger World Tour brings an exotic touch.
Who would expect a great brasserie with fantastic food and good ambience so close to the tourist hub? Nuetnigenough might become one of our favourites.
Every Friday in the Summer Season, the Frunch at the Brussels Info Palace will give you an early start to the weekend: Enjoy your lunchbreak in the sun.
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.
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!
One of our favourite corners of inner Brussels, around Rue du Marché au Charbon, has just gotten a little bit more favourable: Welcome, Madame Chapeau!
We were rather surprised to find a note stuck on the door: The great Yamato Japanese noodle-bar on Place Saint-Boniface has closed down after 27 years!
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.
Even if you are not in the mood for culture, it is worth looking into Brussels' Belvue Museum - if only for a light lunch in the garden of the Green Kitchen
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
When something is hyped up, I'm usually in two minds: See what the fuss is all about or stay away. So has Manhattns really the best burger in Brussels?
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.
Mussels and Chips are everywhere in Brussels. But good quality is important. Le Zinneke is one of the best places in town - with interesting variations.
Since our trip to New York we have been trying to track down Pastrami in Brussels. We found some atFlagrants Délices. But was it the real deal?
Yes, it is nice to go to that stylish Italian place the whole town is talking about. But sometimes you just want your no-frills pizza place like Pizzicotto.
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.
Around Place Flagey you have a couple of options for Burgers: The Burger Republic, then the Super Filles du Tram - and also Choupy's Bagels and Burgers.
Why not try something different for your lunchbreak in the EU district? At El Turco on Place Londres, you can pick and mix your way through Turkish mezze.
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.
Ever wanted to sit around huge Belgian farmhouse table with people from all around the world? Try Les Filles and their great weekend Brunch.
Food is important. But atmosphere is just as important. At Le Perroquet we enjoyed the unusual pairing of stuffed Pitabreads and Art Nouveau architecture.
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.
The decor looks like it's your Grandmother's house - which is quite fitting, since OMA means granny in German. Come and visit for a great weekend brunch.
Bored by the usual after-work-drink venues in the EU-district? Well, then think out of the euro-box and go for a drink at an Italian bookshop: Piola.libri.
Great armchairs, big windows to look out onto the street and snacks if you want to stay a bit longer make Cafe de la Presse a nice place not just for coffee.
The menu is varied - you will find specialities from Vietnam, Thailand and Loas - and the Lunchtime Special is always a good reason to go to Lucy Chang.
Around the Market Hall of Saint Gery you have an abundance of choice between Asian Restaurants. Hong Hoa is one of the best for cheap Vientamese cuisine.
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.
At Deuxieme Element, you have the choice of not one, but two options for sitting outside: In the little Courtyard or in the buzz of Place Saint-Boniface.
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!
Rue Saint-Boniface is one of the places in Brussels that seem to be buzzing every night. At Le Comptoir you can enjoy salads, burgers and a happy hour.
This is a quirky little place that would be worth a trip only because of their name and interior design. Still, the real attraction is their delicious food.
If you are looking for a place to get a quick lunch on Place Luxembourg, Tout Bon is well worth a try. The interior is nice and their salads are, too.
Around Place Flagey, there is an abundance of restaurants offering quick and reasonably priced food. Burger Republic is a good choice for, well, Burgers.
If asked where to go for lunch in Brussels we probably wouldn't recommend the EU-district around Place Schuman first. Fresh & You is a rare exepction.
As it's one of Belgium's signature dishes, it's always a heated debate as to where you can find the Best Mussels in Brussels. We were quite happy here.
It's not easy to find decent, authentic tapas in Brussels - but Tapas Locas in the city centre is definitively one of the best tapas bars in town.
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.
We can only feel at home in a town once we have found our local Chinese Restaurant. In Brussels, we regularly go to Imperial Palace - it's simple & cosy.
Around Place Jourdan in Etterbeek, you can get your Pizza fix in a lot of different places. Charming, authentic Il Sorriso is one of the best options.
In the mood for a healthy buffet? Try Dolma! This vegetarian restaurant is one of our favourite in Brussels. Our Tip: Check their daily menu!
Ever tried a hot juice? Then try a "Ginger Lemon Hottie" from the juice bar Guapa. Or go for a great detox juice or energising smoothie on a hot day!
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.
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.
Among the many places that serve Mussels in Brussels, this is one of the best: A quaint little resto on Place Sainte-Catherine near the city centre.
This is were seafood and fast food come together in a glorious combination: Order your fish or scallops at the fish bar and enjoy them standing outside.
Authentic Portugese Food near Place Flagey. Though the ambience was a bit rustic, the service was quick and the drinks were reasonably priced.
Though it's in the heart of the EU Quarter, Spicy Grill offers you authentic Indian taste in Brussels. Don't be put off by the slightly tacky exterior!