It took me a while to visit the place. At first I was a bit put off by the dark pink signs, but when I noticed every time I walked passed the place was busy, I had to go and check it out.
Sweet & Savory has two entrances. One that leads to the seating area, another one that gives way to the counter and little grocery store. That’s where I ended up. The shelves on the right side are packed with tea (Kusmi, mainly), biscuits, jams, and there is a freezer with frozen delights including New York bagels. The counter on the left showcases quiches, tarts, pies, muffins … all the good stuff.
The seating area is quite cozy, although it looks a bit dated (despite the place being new-ish). The savoury menu features salads, sandwiches, quiche, but also hot dishes including meatballs in tomato sauce. They make brunch as well, of which I’ve heard mixed reviews. To be tested!
1, Avenue Brugmann , open every day between 07.00-19.00