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Belgian Restaurant
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“Very nice and cheap brasserie. Fresh and huge meal. No reservation, so it is normal to wait a little bit at the entrance on the week-end. The Jeambonneau is very good No Credit card !”
  • Door 96 locals aangeraden
Fish & Chips Shop
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“For a plate of sea food and a glass of white wine that you’ll enjoy on the place st-catherine. Cheap price, friendly and typical ”
  • Door 98 locals aangeraden
Bar
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“One of the best and cosiest cafés in the city center, this one is a local favourite. As well as having a wide variety of beers and other drinks, they also have a restaurant tucked away in the back serving Belgian-style spaghetti bolognese at a very reasonable price.”
  • Door 63 locals aangeraden
BBQ Joint
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“you can eat endless spare ribs with a delicious jacket potato. Enjoy your meal in a vintage atmosphere, with red lights and music from the ’30s, in a room filled with tons of books and pictures”
  • Door 22 locals aangeraden
Sushirestaurant
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“Best sushi in town. Bear in mind that it's super popular and if you want to get a seat it's best to avoid peak hours.”
  • Door 27 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
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“You want to try the REAL Belgian cuisine, no fuss, no frills? This is your pick! Classic Belgian dishes such as mussels, carbonades, waterzooi, etc. ”
  • Door 37 locals aangeraden
Burgertent
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“Ellis Gourmet Burger. This is a restaurant where you can eat big qualities burgers :) The products inside the burgers are only good products and it's a very famous brand in Bruxelles. (there is also an Ellis Gourmet Burger on place Flagey but it's not very close from the Airbnb).”
  • Door 16 locals aangeraden
Ontbijtbar
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“Trendy place in trendy street. Very creative and special. Good for lunch time. It closes at 5 pm”
  • Door 23 locals aangeraden
Belgian Restaurant
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“Since over a decade, in the heart of the historical St catherine’s place and the well known Boulevard Antoine Dansaert, the restaurant Viva M’boma is located at 17 rue de Flandre where we specialise in offals and organ meats too often forsaken and ignored by the younger generation. Marc and Lionel have brought a rebirth to the offal cuisine, aka ‘’the 5th district‘’, their chef, Olivier Vanklemput along with his chef de partie, Nicolas, are cooking with passion and creativity. While respecting the traditions and adjusting to it modernity, quality of the products, accuracy of the cooking and seasonings, they ellaborate just as well belgian traditional recipes such as stoemp, warterzooi, flemi”
  • Door 23 locals aangeraden
Bakkerij
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“Besides coffee they serve quiches, salads, sandwiches, soups...They have another (bigger) branch at Thurn & Taxis”
  • Door 17 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Woodfired neapolitan pizzas made with oragnic ingredients from local farmers”
  • Door 18 locals aangeraden
Noodle House
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“Fantastic Japanese noodle soups. Ramen, gyoza, edamame... simple, delicious and they do a day special as well. Lunch or dinner.”
  • Door 10 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Mer du Nord is a true Belgian institution in Brussels for anyone who wants to enjoy seafood at reasonable prices. Looking for a place to have a glass of wine and eat some fresh fish? This is the one for you. The concept is simple: order at the counter, give your name, grab a table across the street and enjoy your meal. Make sure to give the Belgian shrimp croquettes a try.”
  • Door 11 locals aangeraden
Asian Restaurant
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“Get the BEST springrolls of the city, duck, salmon, beef, whatever... they recently moved to my area, woop woop!”
  • Door 9 locals aangeraden
Frans restaurant
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“Trendy & colorful, vaulted bar-restaurant with a Mediterranean menu & walls of stained glass.”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Tapas Restaurant
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“Como Como is cool. It’s always full, even on a Tuesday night after the christmas holidays, when no one is supposed to have money to spend on a restaurant anymore. The principle is pretty easy, pinxos (tapas, for you and me) moving around on a treadmill, like sushis. You check, you lift up the plastic lid, and if it looks good enough to you, you eat it. ”
  • Door 5 locals aangeraden