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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.
If you love couscous, then you must try La Kasbah, a Moroccan restaurant located in one of Brussels' most fashionable neighborhoods. The ambiance is lively, the decor inviting and the crowd attractive. This place doesn't stop hopping. Starters include tabbouleh or eggplant salad. You can then choose from authentic couscous plates with meat or chicken, and for vegetarians there is a vegetable couscous on offer. Afterward, delight in a tasty dessert accompanied by a fresh mint tea. Brunch on Sunday is also a pleasant experience.
This intimate restaurant in Saint-Gilles has been garnering rave accolades since it opened, for its ingredient-driven approach and highly creative cooking. The restaurant interiors are well laid-out, with minimalistic furnishings and decor choices. Black has a conspicuous presence in the design, from the table-tops and the banquettes to an entire wall. The mosaic-tiled floor and ceilings add a nice touch. The food menu is a straightforward eight course, regularly changing affair, and won't confuse you with too many choices. Artisanal ingredients, inventive cooking and impeccable presentation are the hallmarks of the kitchen, and are bound to delight. The wine list throws up excellent pairing options. Reservations are recommended.