Belgian gastronomy: Discover Momo la Crevette – an address of distinction

In our latest Belgian gastronomy article Caroline Dierckx enjoys marine delights at a unique fish restaurant in the heart of Waterloo.  This one-of-a-kind restaurant is...

Brussels restaurants: Discover CŎCĪNA Flagey and Poké House

Our latest Brussels restaurants article offers up two more fine dining venues. CŎCĪNA Flagey CŎCĪNA, pronounce kɔ-ki-na, the restaurant on rue Washington, Negozio & Trattoria, seduces...

Food & Drink: The Culture Of Coffee

Food & Drink: Andy Carling brings us on a voyage of coffee discovery. If it wasn’t for coffee, I don’t think I would have found the...

Fine Brussels dining: La Bastoche and the Papillon Café

In our latest fine Brussels dining article we focus on two locla restaurants. La Bastoche At the Cimitière d'Ixelles (the liveliest place in town:), an old...

Belgian wine: Discover the juicy Château Bon Baron

In this month’s Belgian wine article a Belgian château explains about its wines and soils. Our wines are characterized by their specific soil cultivation. This...

La Vigne: Fine gastronomy in a mythical venue

Ideally located among the greenery, facing the Mellaerts ponds and surrounded by 650 vines, the new management of the restaurant La Vigne welcomes you...

Brussels dining reviews: Costa d’Amalfi and The Brugmann

In our latest Brussels dining reviews we go look at Costa d’Amalfi and The Brugmann. Costa d’Amalfi Enjoy the best of Italy in the heart of...

Personal Development: 6 Steps to Ecological Transition

Personal Development: Sarbani Sen explains her 6 steps to ecological transition. 1. Eat, buy, connect local Try as much as possible to buy at the corner shop,...

Brussels dining: Emile neighbourhood bistro and AMEN

In our Brussels dining pages we look at two more fine restaurants. Emile Located between Place Flagey and the Ixelles cemetery, this ‘trendy’ bistro of the...

Belgium food: Discover what’s new for summer dining

In our latest Belgium food article we look at offerings from Greece and Ireland Bord Bia: Irish lamb and beef This summer, it's back to basics:...
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