Eating out in Brussels: Costa d’Amalfi and L’Architecte

In our regular Eating out articles we look at two more fine restaurants. L’architecte Housed on the first floor of the Brussels University Press building on...

Dining: La Soeur du Patron

Carl dos Santos and his sister Vanessa are celebrating a double Christmas whammy as they mark 20 years since they took over this fine Brussels brasserie....

Wine: By the banks of the Rhone

Geoffroy van Lede of le-vin-du-mois.be offers his latest fine wines. This month let’s talk about a region that smells like sunshine, which witnessed many popes,...

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,...

Christmas food and drink around the globe

Christmas, at least in my country of birth, is a time for eating and eating big. Many mainland European countries have their main festive...

Champagne galore: A guide to classic bubbly

Geoffroy van Lede of le-vin-du-mois.be takes a look at the various types of champagne. Champagne? Which would you choose for a celebration? Do you prefer...

Strange Christmas traditions

For as long as the season has been in existence, Christmas has been associated with ‘what we’ve always done’; as with most Christian festivals,...

Brussels dining: Sofitel Crystal Lounge and Rob

We recommend two more excellent Brussels dining venues. Sofitel Brussels Le Louise: Crystal Lounge Award-winning chef Adwin Fontein inspires gourmet creations - from foie gras to...

Fine Thai dining in Brussels

Les Larmes du Tigre This excellent Thai restaurant is about to celebrate 30 years of service to the Brussels public. Tucked behind the Palais du...

S.Pellegrino Culinaria: A rendez-vous for great food

S.Pellegrino Culinaria is the rendez-vous for food lovers, a gastronomic event boasting more than 30 starred chefs. The 9th edition runs from 18 to...
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