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Chez Léon: Capital mussels

The word ‘institution’ is bandied around rather freely, but the word is a perfect fit for Chez Léon. This former friterie serves simply the...

‘T Keldkerke: A seat on Brussels’ Grand Place

You have friends coming through to Brussels and you want to treat them to dinner on the Grand Place, but it can get very...

Brussels Dining: La Villa Lorraine

In another chapter of our series Brussels Dining, Colin Moors heads into leafy suburbia to dine in a very special villa: La Villa Lorraine. Located...

Dine out in Brussels: Wine Bar des Marolles and Blue Elephant

Some more recommndations if you're planning to dine out in Brussels. Blue Elephant Caroline Dierckx headed to a mythical place that has existed for some years...

Clement Restaurant: A dinner for lovers in New York City

Sophie Van Cruchten returns to New York to sample a restaurant that is a real treat: Clement Restaurant. What a joy to rediscover New York,...

Eating out: Auderghem, the Marolles and Liège

Eating out this weekend. Here are a few suggestions. La Soeur du Patron If you prefer something more laid back and very hospitable head for Auderghem...

Sofitel Brussels Le Louise: Traditional Easter brunch

Like every year, Sofitel Brussels Le Louise celebrates Easter and spring’s arrival with various events and a magnificent Easter Brunch. For the occasion, the...

Bordeaux wine: A tale of two vineyards

Paul Morris hopped aboard the tour bus to visit vineyards and sample some Bordeaux wine. Château Maucaillou The first vineyard we visited was a very grand...

Champagne galore: A guide to classic bubbly

Geoffroy van Lede of takes a look at the various types of champagne. Champagne? Which would you choose for a celebration? Do you prefer...

Dining in, dining out in Brussels

Bistropolitan An excellent newcomer in the dining world has arrived in the Montgomery, located conveniently close to the Metro station. And it has one of...
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