Brussels Restaurants

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  • 1. Gus

    $$$ | Upper Town

    There are a cluster of bars and restaurants around the Cirque Royal. This "brassonomie" experiment is a cut above the rest, taking the usual brasserie...Read More

  • 2. In 't Spinnekopke

    $$ | Lower Town

    True Flemish cooking flourishes in this reliable old favorite. The low ceilings and benches around the walls remain from its days as a coaching inn...Read More

  • 3. Maison Antoine

    $ | Schuman

    The Maison Antoine frites stand sells the best fries in the capital, say some people, accompanied by a dizzying range of condiments; try either local...Read More

  • 4. Nüetnigenough

    $$ | Lower Town

    This tiny, modest, well-executed Flemish restaurant with a superb beer menu was quite the hit when it opened. The brasserie is named after the Dutch...Read More

  • 5. 't Kelderke

    $$ | Lower Town

    Head down into this 17th-century vaulted cellar restaurant (watch out for the low door frame) for traditional Belgian cuisine served at plain wooden tables. Mussels...Read More

  • 6. A la Mort Subite

    $ | Lower Town

    A Brussels institution named after a card game called "Sudden Death," A la Mort Subite is practically unchanged since its 1920s heyday; and with its...Read More

  • 7. Au Vieux Bruxelles

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    Matonge's St. Boniface area is a great spot to grab some food, and this Brussels institution (open since 1882) is as lively as any and...Read More

  • 8. Au Vieux Saint Martin

    $$ | Upper Town

    Even when neighboring restaurants on Grand Sablon are empty, this one is always full. It's run by the Niels family, who have been restaurateurs in...Read More

  • 9. Ballekes

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    Meatballs (or ballekes) are Belgium's current fast-food obsession. This restaurant chain is everywhere now but began here in Saint-Gilles, even if it's looking its age...Read More

  • 10. Berlaymont Café Brasserie

    $$ | Cinquantenaire

    Moules (mussels) and steaks, along with a small handful of the usual standbys, set the pace at this much-adored brasserie. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks—it's pretty...Read More

  • 11. Café Belga

    $$

    Café Belga, in an ocean-liner-like Art Deco building, is a favorite among Brussels's beautiful people. Sip a cocktail or mint tea at the zinc bar,...Read More

  • 12. De Ultieme Hallucinatie

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    This beautiful mid-18th-century town house was redone in the Art Nouveau style in 1904, adding an elegant bow window and balcony. It's been a brasserie...Read More

  • 13. Domus

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    This sprawling brewpub-restaurant is pretty much the city's old standby for when you've run out of ideas. It's particularly good for families, it's always packed,...Read More

  • 14. Fin de Siècle

    $$ | Lower Town

    Despite its minimal signage, Fin de Siècle holds to that peculiarly obstinate breed of restaurant that flourishes despite itself. Its brown interior, big communal tables,...Read More

  • 15. Het Fenikshof

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    While tours of the Grimbergen Abbey brewery aren't possible, you can taste the fruits of its labor at its brasserie in town, which is slightly...Read More

  • 16. La Brasserie des Alexiens

    $$ | Laeken

    A new restaurant that elevates the more traditional brasserie fare, proving there is a life beyond carbonnades and meatballs (though they do a highly passable...Read More

  • 17. La Fleur en Papier Doré

    $$ | Lower Town

    From Magritte to Hergé, this convent-turned-estaminet was once a regular meeting point for Brussels's art elite—photos and doodles (traded for booze) are found everywhere. It...Read More

  • 18. La Roue d'Or

    $$$ | Lower Town

    Bright orange and yellow murals pay humorous homage to the Surrealist René Magritte in this well-known Art Nouveau brasserie. Below these, brass plaques record the...Read More

  • 19. Le Waterloo

    $$

    A really solid and reliable Belgian brasserie that rarely lets you down. One thing you are guaranteed: all food will be slathered in creamy, beery,...Read More

  • 20. Maison Antoine

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    The Maison Antoine frites stand sells the best fries in the capital, accompanied by a dizzying range of condiments; try either local fave "Bicky" or...Read More

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