In July all of Belgium starts getting ready for the National Day (21 July). In honour of that – and given that our blog is mostly about Brussels foodie tips – we thought it would be fun to share with you 10 Belgian foods you need to try in Brussels. And obviously, where to try them.
Right! I did say I wasn’t sure if there will be more beer bar reviews on the blog. Then again it does seem that you really enjoy discovering Brussels beer bars so how could I not share with you this month, when we are celebrating all things Belgian, this Brussels institution – Moeder Lambic.
Our commune dinner club went this month to Ganshoren. Confession: although living in Brussels for so many years, this is the first time (ever!) I have been to Ganshoren. Which is why Les Potes en Toque restaurant was even more of a pleasant surprise.
Don’t you just love when the sun hits Brussels? Suddenly the capital of Europe becomes the capital of terraces! Everyone is out … and so are we. This time we headed for a sunny lunch, just like in Italy, to Cocina – Negozio & Tratoria.
With June in full swing it is only fair to share the top 10 brunches in Brussels. We enjoy discovering new places all the time … so if you have any favourites we’d love to hear about it. Always a good excuse to expand our list of brunch restaurants in Brussels.
The story so far I doubt there is anyone in Brussels (or indeed wider Belgium) not familiar with Francois. Yet, despite living in Brussels for many years, we never ate at this Brussels institution. Until recently, when in the mood for fish and seafood, we headed to Francois.
ChezWaWa is our latest discovery on the Brussels brunch scene. Fresh and tasty cali-mex style food, super laid back and easy going, ChezWaWa is perfect for a family weekend brunch.
Let’s make the most of the sun! And what better way to enjoy this long summery weekend than having dinner at one of these 10 Brussels restaurants with a terrace? Click on the restaurant titles to read the full review.