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Brussels Dining

Visitors will find that most eateries are concentrated around the area of the Grand Place Square, but there are many fine quality restaurants spread throughout residential neighborhoods in the city. 

To sample the award winning gastronomy for which Brussels is famous for, you’ll want to dine at L Alban Chambon.  This classic French cuisine restaurant is housed in the elegant 19th century Hotel Metropole.  It offers a baroque style interior featuring well-preserved parquet floors, stained glass windows and ornate curtains.  The house Sommelier will instruct you as to the array of wines in the cellar.  He will also help you select one that will complement your choice of entrée.  And among the signature dishes, you’ll find foie gras, game and grilled lobster to be the top favorites for dining in Brussels. 

Another excellent venue for dining in Brussels is the Comme Chez Soi.  It specializes in Belgium and French food in a contemporary atmosphere.  The kitchen is separated from the dining room by etched glass allowing for guests to watch the food preparation.  You can start with an aperitif in the cellar.  You can then move to the small dining room and decide from an extensive and creative menu.  Try the succulent muscles or the sole cooked in Riesling sauce.  The building itself is an exquisite example of Art Nouveau and whatever you eat is sure to leave you more than satisfied.

And for those in search of romance, Amadeus offers great ambience for couples in love.  This out-of-the-ordinary spot is tucked away in what used to be a sculptor’s studio.  The tables are decorated with elegant porcelain china and candle light.  There are old church statues spread throughout the establishment.  The food is as impressive as the décor.  Tourists usually pick the game entrees.   They’re a great option for dining in Brussels.  

La Truffe Noire is casual yet sophisticated and stylish.  The restaurant has been the recipient of a Michelin Star.  The dishes made with truffles are simply divine.  When these gourmet treats are not in season, the chef creates excellent meals with meats and fish. 

If you prefer a more down to earth venue for dining in Brussels, you can’t go wrong with Au Vieux Saint Martin.  It’s no surprise it’s always full, but be patient because it’s truly worth it.  The portions are incredibly large so either bring your appetite or a friend to share.  The owner is a wine importer and stocks outstanding vintages.  You can order by the glass or bottle.  The variety of mussels in quite impressive as are the prices. 

For unique surroundings, visitors enjoy Fellini.  It’s not only a good option for dining in Brussels, but an ideal place to see local celebrities.  Its interior was designed to look like an old train station and the fare is traditional Italian.  The pasta is made-fresh daily and the osso bucco is beyond sublime. 


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