Open Hours: Noon-3p, 5p-midnight M-F, noon-4p Sa, 10a-7p Su
Antique furnishings, old chandeliers, a pair of statues and a striking baker's cabinet lend to the quaint and cozy atmosphere of this restaurant, ... More
Antique furnishings, old chandeliers, a pair of statues and a striking baker's cabinet lend to the quaint and cozy atmosphere of this restaurant, located in an early 19th century house at the edge of the Forêt des Soignes. The Franco-Belgian menu is top quality. The service, like the atmosphere, is friendly, relaxed and definitely unpretentious. At midday this is a great stop-off for a cup of coffee and a tasty tart.
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 ...
Located off Avenue Louise, this Irish pub was one of the first to set up outside of the European Commission
area. This large establishment has wooden tables and earth toned walls with various Irish posters. The crowd consists of ...
Sheraton Brussels Airport Hotel is located within walking distance of the Brussels Airport terminal entrance and approximately 10 miles from
the Royal Palace. A train station, located underneath the airport, runs every fifteen minutes to Brussels's three major train ...