Mention Brussels and it’s not long before you start talking about gastronomy. It’s true that this city has taste, know-how and traditions in the most flavoursome fields.
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Known around the world, the chip is a jewel of Belgian popular gastronomy. For any tourist visiting our capital it is absolutely unthinkable not to try out our famous, cheaply priced, inescapable “frites”.
It is an open secret that Brussels has a long-standing love affair with haute-cuisine. It is indeed in our city in the 1970’s that a restaurant was for the very first time awarded 3 Michelin stars outside the French borders.
When it comes to a true sense of togetherness, Brussels is definitely the place to be. It has always been a welcoming and cosmopolitan city, open to the world and to its many visitors.
Brussels undeniably boasts an extremely varied offering of world food restaurants. It is indeed a major and long-standing trend which mirrors the cosmopolitan character of the city and its residents.
Every Saturday, the Belgium Chocolate Master Laurent Gerbaud, welcome you to create your own chocolates. Liven them up with pistachios, ginger and others dried fruits according to your imagination and wishes.
Filet américain, meaning American filet of beef when literally translated, aka américain préparé, is a major fixture in Brussels’ popular culinary tradition, in the same way as mussels are.
Goûter Bruxelles aims to showcase another side of Brussels, as an eco-gastronomic capital with a wide range of diverse resources...
The man, who has spent over thirty years in Belgium with countless back-and-forth visits to his home country, takes a moment to give us his thoughts on our capital city.
Since the beginning of the 2000s, the city of Brussels supplies a rich assortment of cultural and festive events which have significantly transformed the face of our city over the last decade.
Although belgians are coffee drinkers, their cafés are known first And foremost for serving draught beer and, in a return to their roots and authenticity, traditional beers. belgians love their beer, drinking 100 litres of the beverage a year.
When Brussels is mentioned, it takes little time before the conversation turns to gastronomy! Chocolate is unquestionably the best known gourmet product! The “fritekots” [chips stands] fill the air in street corners and squares with their distinctive smell. Stroll through these places and savour the comments of local guides.
Thanks to Bookalokal, you can eat with local people in their home and get an authentic Belgian experience...
"Une minute de bon goût" tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sur l'alimentation des bruxellois... sans trop se prendre au sérieux !
To get out of the routine, and hypermarkets, there's nothing like making a detour through the market. You take your time, you drool over the tantalising stalls, you imagine tasty dishes, you get advice from a merchant. In all its districts, in the squares and along the avenues, Brussels reveals itself through its quality products and its welcoming ambiance.