Close to Place du Chatelain, Avenue Louise and Avenue Waterloo, few will be able to resist this beautiful art deco bistro. This charming restaurant is ... More
Le Fils de Jules
Close to Place du Chatelain, Avenue Louise and Avenue Waterloo, few will be able to resist this beautiful art deco bistro. This charming restaurant is a special treat in Brussels. The cuisine is French, with mainly regional food (Basque and Landes). Try the exquisite fish dishes, its house speciality. Names such as Chipirones a la plancha and Piquillos with Cod will be music to the ears for lovers of such specialities. This is also a great place for business lunches or dinners, receptions and cocktails or other kinds of special events; the owners also provide outside catering. You are guaranteed to want to come back for more.
I took my parents for dinner. They are not able to speak any french, but the staff made them feel very comfortable and went through the menu in a friendly and detailed manner. The menu is excellent with each dish sounding exciting and inticing. I am looking forward to taking more people back to try the other dishes. It is not the most lush ambiance, but if you want a relaxed meal with the focus on good food and and comfortable attentive service I can highly recommend.
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, ...
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. ...