Sudden Death is a strange name for a delightful 19th century cafe. But Mort Subite is a famous Brussels beer (now owned by ... More
À la mort subite
Sudden Death is a strange name for a delightful 19th century cafe. But Mort Subite is a famous Brussels beer (now owned by Scottish & Newcastle Breweries) and also the name of a 19th century dice game played by local employees during their lunch break. The interior has remained unchanged and, so it seems, have the staff. Long wooden benches, high ceilings and an array of mirrors are part of the cafe's charm. The clientele is mixed, basic snacks are served, and the prices are reasonable.
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 ...
The Black Truffle, one of the best restaurants in Brussels, has maintained its highly coveted Michelin star for several years.
The delightful interior (choose the Tuscan or Venetian salon) is rivaled only by the cuisine itself. Contrary to the ...
Just moved beginning of July 2008, the B&B is located in 5 minutes walking distance from the Midi Train Station
(Eurostar & Thalys) and the center of the city. Just at the corner you can catch the Metro who ...
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