Of course, there's the Fish Market, but the best seafood in town is to be had in this side-street of Rue des Bouchers. Scheltema is expensive (but not ... More
Of course, there's the Fish Market, but the best seafood in town is to be had in this side-street of Rue des Bouchers. Scheltema is expensive (but not more so than some chic junkyards just round the corner), but always packed: with business people, Eurocrats, local gourmets and snobs and tourists. The place is so delightfully noisy that your own little table becomes a haven of peace. Impressive food - and the bill only comes at the end. Eat slowly. Or find a rich lover.
Opened in May 1989, this former Pakistani restaurant became the first Irish pub in Brussels. Due to its popularity, many
others followed suit. Today there are about 18 Irish pubs in the city. The James Joyce is a cosy ...
Great pitta place. Good for a light, late night snack or dinner with friends or even alone. The restaurant is
close to the Zavel; the interior is authentic art nouveau. The inside is full of mirrors and stained glass. ...
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