Comic Strip-related restaurants

Het Goudblommeke in Papier/La Fleur en Papier Doré

Hergé would often visit this ‘estaminet’ (a small public house) with the illustrious past to enjoy a good Geuze beer. This is also where the figureheads of 20th century Belgian surrealism would meet up in the days of René Magritte, as well as being the favourite bistro of the likes of Pierre Alechinsky, Louis Scutenaire and Jacques Brel. The café remains a gathering ground for artists and people from the world of literature to this very day
Since May 2011, the inner courtyard of the Goudblommeke in Papier/Fleur en Papier Doré has been home to a comic-strip fresco created by cartoonists De Marck and De Wulf (the artists behind comic strip Stam & Pilou).
53/55 Rue des Alexiens/Cellebroersstraat
1000 Brussels
Tel: +32 (0) 2 511 16 59

COMICS CAFE at the Comic Strip Village

The Comic Strip Village at Le Sablon/De Zavel is also home to COMICS CAFE, a huge American diner bar where you can savour an ‘Obélix’ (an XXL hamburger) or a salmon ‘Popeye’ burger. To get a sip of Captain Haddock’s favourite tipple ‘Loch Lomond’, just make your way down the stairs into the Village’s lounge pub...
Place du Grand Sablon/Grote Zavel, 8
1000 Brussels
Tel : +32 2 523 13 23

Bar Dessiné-Radisson Blu

Enjoy a round-up of the world of the Belgian comic strip at the Bar Dessiné, whilst savouring a single malt whisky, smoking a Havana cigar or sipping an exquisite cocktail. Original and unique effigies decorate the walls of the estaminet where you can also order a light snack and Brussels specialities.
Rue du Fossé-aux-Loups/Wolvengracht 47
1000 Brussels
Tél : +32 (0) 2 219 28 28

Brasserie Horta-Belgian Comic Strip Centre

A must-visit place of the world of fantasy, beauty and the imaginary, the Belgian Comic Strip Centre also has its own brasserie that simply oozes that inimitable Brussels atmosphere. Art Nouveau and comic strip aficionados alike are in for an absolute treat: this brasserie is a feast for the eyes and a delight to the taste buds.
20 Rue des Sables/Zandstraat
1000 Brussels

Tel. : + 32 (0) 2 217 72 71



22/10/2011 20:18

Noblesse said:

 If Hergé went in both of these establishments, it is certain that if he would go to lunch in the hideout of Tintin (The Faubourg Saint Antoine in Schaerbeek) he would have made ??his canteen, but unfortunately he deed long time before. On Facebook resto Faubourg St Antoine Schaerbeek

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