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Brussels restaurants: Chez Léon is going Back to the Future…

Our latest Brussels restaurants article talks about how a Belgian instruction has just added even more ‘belgitude’. It is with more enthusiasm than ever that...

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 restaurants: El Impasse del Sablon and La Villa Lorraine

In our regular Belgium restaurants pages we go Spanish and solid French cooking. El Impasse del Sablon Tucked away on Sablon’s Impasse Saint Jacques and surrounded...

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...

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...

Brussels Dining: Tiago’s, Deliveroo and Balls & Glory

In our latest article in our Brussels dining series we offer three more places to eat out or in. Tiago’s This excellent Portuguese restaurant could not...

Brussels restaurants: Comptoir de Marie, Peck 47@

Our Brussels restaurants series continues with... Le Comptoir de Marie At the end of 2015, the Michelin Guide Belgium gave a star to "counter". We arrived...

Italian restaurants: Osteria Romana and CŎCĪNA

We visited two of Brussels' finest Italian restaurants. Osteria Romana Chef Filippo La Vecchia uses only the very best ingredients available to produce his top-notch Italian...

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...

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...
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