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MONK €

At the back of this stu­dent bar, you’ll find an el­e­gant, Wes An­der­son-es­que diner where you get to choose be­tween four dif­fer­ent pasta dishes, and noth­ing more. It feels a bit like a hid­den, clan­des­tine speakeasy. Sainte-Catherine & Saint-Géry Rue Sainte-Catherine 42 monk.be

GASTON €

By far the great­est ice-cream bar in Brus­sels. Ev­ery scoop is tasty, some­times even fas­ci­nat­ing. Make sure to try the Cho­co­late from São Tomé, the most in­tense cho­co­late ice cream we have ever eaten. Sainte-Catherine & Saint-Géry Quai aux Briques 86 glacier­gas­ton.be

MAI­SON AN­TOINE €

When in Brus­sels, don’t miss out on some Bel­gian fries. Where those in the city cen­tre can be of in­fe­rior qual­ity, Mai­son An­toine still fries them the tra­di­tional, de­li­cious way.

Et­ter­beek

Place Jour­dan 1 maiso­nan­toine.be

RUE DE L’ETUVE €

Around Man­neken Pis, you can en­joy awe­some waf­fles. For just a euro or two, you get a hot, fresh one. Most of the waf­fle shops here serve great-qual­ity stuff, so take your pick.

Îlot Sacré

Around Rue de l’Etuve 57

AU BON BOL €

As Brus­sels is wildly mul­ti­cul­tural, you’ll also find plenty of in­ter­na­tional restau­rants. Au Bon Bol might not look spec­tac­u­lar from the out­side but serves the best home­made noo­dles in the city. Bourse

Rue Paul Del­vaux 9 bon­bol.be

FALSTAFF € €

This re­cently ren­o­vated restau­rant is one of Brus­sels’ great­est ex­am­ples of Art Nou­veau. Ev­ery square cen­time­tre of the place is worth your at­ten­tion. Head in for a sit­down meal or an af­ter­noon drink. Bourse

Rue Henri Maus 19 lefal­staff.be

FIN DE SIÈ­CLE € €

A per­fect place to sam­ple clas­sic Bel­gian dishes such as ‘carbonade flamande’ and ‘vol-au­vent’ amidst the Brux­el­lois. Not too fancy. Just very tasty. Sainte-Catherine & Saint-Géry Rue des Chartreux 9

LE PAIN QUOTIDIEN € €

Le Pain Quotidien might have spread around the world by now, but the first one was here in Rue An­toine Dansaert. It is known for its rus­tic sand­wiches, sal­ads, pas­tries and quiches. Sainte-Catherine & Saint-Géry Rue An­toine Dansaert 16 le­p­ainquo­ti­dien.com

COMME CHEZ SOI € € €

Brus­sels’ most fa­mous twoMiche­lin-star restau­rant. Here, they master the art of French cui­sine to the dot and know how to cre­ate a lush-yet-jovial at­mos­phere.. Stal­in­grad

Place Rouppe 23 com­mechez­soi.be

BON-BON € € €

Ac­cord­ing to Gault Mil­lau, it is one of the best restau­rants in Bel­gium (19.5/20). It is warm and au­then­tic, but also lux­u­ri­ous and el­e­gant.

This might be one of the best din­ing ex­pe­ri­ences in Bel­gium. Woluwe-Saint-Pierre

Av­enue deTervuere­n 453 restau­rant-bon-bon.be

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