A no-nonsense bar on Rue du Bailli, with a nice terrace, cheap drinks and always a good vibe. Crowded on Wednesdays, when the Chatelain market is on.
There’s a new tea shop near the Churchill roundabout, called Thé-rapy. On the windows, you can see Sigmund Freud sip from a pink cup of tea. There are plenty of flavours to choose from, to suit your every mood.
La Porteuse d’Eau (the water carrier) is an Art Nouveau brasserie in Saint-Gilles. Sit down in the pretty interior with stained glass windows and enjoy a plate of good Belgian food together with one of the many beers on the menu.
Skievelat near Sablon is a popular place for a bite to eat and a drink. It comes with small tables, but a large menu featuring their tasty and famous burger. Approved!
Ah Bon? is a little eatery, serving organic and local food with an Italian twist. Their tasty homemade spelt flour piadina come with a variety of stuffings, and are very much worth a little detour.
While Avenue Louise is paved with shops, there aren’t that many spots to grab a bite to eat, drink a decent coffee or chill with some free wifi. Workshop Café is just what the area needed: a very big breakfast, lunch and coffee place.
It’s not really the right weather for iced tea. But as you know by now, I’m always up for a sweet treat. When walking past Crazy Tea, I couldn’t resist walking in … and ordering an iced bubbly tea with fruity caviar.
In a little cobbled street connecting Boulevard Anspach with Rue Marché au Charbon you’ll find Yeti. An eatery serving healthy comfort food: homemade breakfast, brunch, lunch and treats, made from local and seasonal produce.
Located in a side street on the far end of Avenue Louise, La Meilleure Jeunesse is a small restaurant with a limited menu, but a great atmosphere.