This small Italian deli is tucked away behind Avenue Louise, but well worth looking for. Coffee, Italian pastry, wine and simple food .. molto bene! … continue reading.
I met Luigi at L’Amour Fou and I really liked him … errrr, it. Luigi is one of the many burgers on the menu (with spinach, feta cheese and nuts). It came with sweet potato chips and crunchy coleslaw. … continue reading.
Voxpop is a new clothing shop, located on Rue de Flandre (behind the Margiela boutique). It specialises in ethical street wear: comfy clothing, mainly made in Europe. … continue reading.
I like to eat healthily and know where my food came from. I buy organic when I can, as local as possible and avoid ready-made food full of preservatives. So when I heard of a new, big organic supermaket, right in the city centre, I planned a visit as soon as I could. … continue reading.
Italian coffee maker Lavazza opened its first boutique in Brussels. I had to check it out of course. … continue reading.
Located in the entrance hall of a former movie theatre, this small eatery is a true gem. Breakfast, lunch, afternoon and after-work treats like you haven’t seen before (or at least, not in Brussels). … continue reading.
Garage à Manger is a new eatery, located in the old Mazda garage in Ixelles. It’s connected to second-hand book shop Pêle-Mêle on Chaussée de Waterloo as well. Books and healthy food, what’s not to like? … continue reading.
I’m not the best cook in the world. But I love to spend time in the kitchen, browse the web and books for recipes and visit shops for unusual ingredients. Kis Mad was on my radar for a while, and now I finally visited the shop. … continue reading.
How could I resist this colourful window display? It belongs to Pika Pika Japan, a new shop selling toys, items and clothes all the way from Japan. … continue reading.
Every now and then you need a break. And some good friends, comfort food and cocktails to forget about everything else. Hard Rock Café on Grand Place turned out to be the perfect place for all the above. (Yes, we did feel like tourists, but that’s part of the experience). … continue reading.