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This casual eatery gives diners an authentic Belgian experience. Choose from their impressive beer and wine selection and a mouthwatering menu of Belgian dishes. Try the grilled swordfish or mussels and you can't go wrong. The atmosphere is casual, perfect for a dinner with friends or business lunch.
Kokob specializes in shared, small dishes of traditional Ethiopian cuisine. This buzz-worthy restaurant prepares delicious meals with excellent service to match. Following Ethiopian tradition, the food served here is eaten without the use of spoons, knives or forks. The menu features a variety of scrumptious options including numerous traditional dishes such as Doro Wot, which is composed of chicken drumstick, a boiled egg, and berbere.
This is a delightful restaurant with a young, convivial atmosphere in the heart of Brussels' small fashion district. The menu is rather hard to categorize since it's as varied as it can get. You can just as easily dine on French or Italian cuisine as you can on Asian. This is an excellent choice for groups whose members have varying tastes, and for those simply wanting a delicious meal in a pleasant atmosphere. The restaurant is spacious, the service friendly and the prices reasonable.
Sticking to the basics, this seafood restaurant maintains a simple decor, saving its frills to serve some of the best seafood in Brussels. While the main dish is Brussels' infamous moules frites, La Marée offers a wide selection of seafood. This restaurant has received much praise from numerous journals such as the Michelin Guide, Petit Fute, and Gault et Millau.
You'll find this typical Parisian brasserie next to Bois de la Cambre. Smart waiters welcome you at the entrance right next to a wonderful display of fresh fish, shellfish, lobsters and other sea treasures. You can take out your plateau de fruits de mer for a chic picnic in the woods. The ambiance of the restaurant is cozy, relaxing and friendly and you can rub shoulders with the local beau monde.