This fine restaurant, dating from 1921, located in the bustling rue des Bouchers, manages to still be one of the most popular in the neighbourhood. It ... More
Aux Armes de Bruxelles
This fine restaurant, dating from 1921, located in the bustling rue des Bouchers, manages to still be one of the most popular in the neighbourhood. It boasts among its past patrons Laurel & Hardy, Danny de Vito and Placido Domingo, as well as King Leopold III. Its three salons: the Rotonde, the Brasserie and the Bodega, can accommodate from 15 to 160 guests. The kitchen serves traditional cuisine, including oysters, an array of seafood, cheese fondue, meat and poultry. Try the cod in mussels sauce. Not inexpensive, but worth the money.
In the Middle Ages this street was inhabited by butchers and sausage merchants. Today it is lined with restaurant and
known as a gourmet street. It still has about twelve houses dating from the 17th and 18th century. Between ...
From 1866, a great part of the Marolles, an old neighbourhood in the heart of Brussels, was torn down and
replaced with stately Parisian style avenues and a gigantic Palais de Justice, which still dominates the city. Ever since, ...
Situated in the historical and business center of Brussels, this new hotel is the perfect place for business or leisure
travel. The Hotel Belmont has been completely refurbish in 2005 and equipped with the most state of the art ...