The Belga Queen in Brussels is a perfect example of a typical Belgian brasserie. The restaurant is divided into four parts: ... More
The Belga Queen in Brussels is a perfect example of a typical Belgian brasserie. The restaurant is divided into four parts: the restaurant, the oyster bar, a beer bar and a cigar club in what was once the vault of a former bank. The entire building itself is truly a stunning edifice designed in the Belle Époque style. The menus are dreamed up by acclaimed executive chef Antoine Pinto and go far beyond ingredients used in typical brasserie dishes. The beer bar provides guests with real "trappist" beers: seven beers on draft and more than 30 regional, bottled beers. The oyster bar offers scrumptious seafood, prepared on the spot. Post dinner, the Belga Club offers Cuban cigars as well as an extensive cocktail list. The Club decor pays homage to the colonial Belgian Congo with its cushy, leather chairs and an atmosphere that transports you.
This 4 star design hotel situated in the centre of downtown Brussels is the ideal place to stay when visiting
Belgium??s capital. Just a short walk from the Rue Neuve shopping area, the Rogier Metro station, and the World ...
The Queen Anne Hotel is ideally situated in the centre of Brussels's tourist attractions and business area, between the Place
de Brouck're and the Place Rogier, and close to the metro station of each. The hotel's rooms, recently and ...