5 Asian Restaurants to go for Lunch in Brussels

I already hinted to my love of Asian food on Facebook last week. Simple, fast, usually very healthy – what better way to start the week? We have selected 5 Asian restaurants spread across Brussels which serve a set lunch menu at affordable prices and are all worth a visit. Enjoy!

Samourai Ramen

review of our quick #ramen lunch in #brussels at Samourai Ramen by @onfoodandwine

Nothing is more comforting than a bowl of ramen. The newly opened Samourai Ramen on Toison d’Or is conveniently located just by the Apple store and serves a very decent lunch menu – 3 gyozas, a bowl of ramen and side – all for 16.50e. And yes, the restaurants is very photogenic.

Knees to Chin

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For quick and filling spring rolls head over to Knees to Chin. Located just off Rue Bailli, this trendy restaurant sells out of spring rolls at lunch – this is how good they are. Their lunch specials come in at 8.5e for 2 rolls and 1 side or 11.5e for 3 rolls and 1 side. No time to go? Order their lunch menu via Take Eat Easy.


A Korean – Japanese mix, Hana offers fresh and delicious food on Place St. Boniface. Every time we went there we loved the food …although service can be a bit slow at times (given that the place gets super full at lunch time). Their menu changes daily/ weekly so check the board when you go in.

Little Tokyo

trying out @littletokyo31 lunch in #Brussels - review by @onfoodandwine

A new restaurant on Place St Boniface, this Asian restaurant serves mixture of food. their lunch specials of ramen are a very tasty, quick lunch. Also the cocktails menu at Little Tokyo looked great so maybe worth an afternoon quick stop.

Tom Yam

TomYam "restaurant review in #Brussels by @onfoodandwine

Located close to the ULB university, on Chausee the Booendeal, Tom Yam was a delightful discovery. Granted we had a very long leisurely lunch however plenty of customers came in / out to have a quick, delicious lunch. The menus are a bit on the expensive side but order a main to share for lunch and you are not going to be sorry. OK, a starter too.

5 Asian restaurants to go for lunch in #Brussels by @onfoodandwine

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