Festive dining: Aux Armes de Bruxelles and Chez Léon

In our festive dining article we look at two classic restaurants that are part of the same family. Chez Léon All year round – but especially...

Wine of the month: Portugal

Geoffroy van Lede of vin du mois continues his journey in the southern European countries and discovers an unjustly neglected wine area. Of course, we...

Detox tips: It’s a tournée minérale

Dave Deruytter joined his fellow Belgians in abstaining from alcohol and offers his detox tips. What are the effects of not drinking any alcohol for...

TONG aims to educate and inspire us about wine

Published exclusively in English, TONG (it’s Flemish for ‘tongue’) carries no advertising, develops a single theme through articles and images, and for each issue...

Brussels Dining: The Magnum and The Grapevine

In our regular Brussels Dining articles James Drew samples two bar-restaurants for us this month. The Grapevine Takes me back, remembering how The Grapevine used to...

Parma ham at Rob the Gourmets’ Market: tasty!

C. Thonon tried the Parma ham for her first time in Rob the Gourmets’ Market. In April, the Consorzio del Prosciutto di Parma and Rob...

Belgian dining: Le Rêve Richelle and Café Caberdouche

In our Belgian dining pages thjis week we look at two more excellent venues. Café Caberdouche  James Drew found a café that takes its beer and...

Brussels restaurants: Visit Wok Dynasty and Chez Leon

In our regular dining pages we look at two Brussels restaurants Wok Dynasty and Chez Leon Chez Leon All year round – but especially in the...

Bah humbug: Not all Belgians like Christmas

Almost half of Belgians celebrate Christmas Eve at home and 34% with family. Today, a ‘life at home’ survey (ILIV) announced its results from...

Dining in Brussels: DNY Restaurant

I'm sure regular readers of Together will have heard about the country's finest outlet shopping village in the border town of Maasmechelen. You'll be...
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