This dignified, antique bar, just across from Theâtre de la Monnaie, is an ideal place for a drink before, after and ... More
Cafe de l'Opera
This dignified, antique bar, just across from Theâtre de la Monnaie, is an ideal place for a drink before, after and even during opera. The cafe is well attended during performance breaks and a bell warns you when it is time to return. Situated in the centre of a busy shopping neighbourhood, this bar is also a great place to regain strength once you tire of shopping. There's a wide choice of excellent snacks, and during summer months, the large terrace is quite inviting. In fact it's a great spot to watch the many street artists on Place de la Monnaie who perform their tricks just in front of you while you dine.
Charming atmosphere, eminent service and outstanding cuisine!
By A Yahoo Contributor, 11/20/07
Whenever you get the opportunity, visit the cellar (‘casemates’) of Cafe de l'Opera in Brussels.
Café de l’Opera is situated in Rue des Princes 4 Prinsenstraat in Brussels, Belgium.
The restaurant benefits of eminent service and outstanding cuisine, not to forget the well assorted vine cellar. Highly recommendable.
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