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L'Ultime Atome bar and restaurant located near the Church of Saint Boniface, is airy and spacious. The atmosphere is lively, and it is equally as great a place to sit and read a book alone as to meet friends. The clientele ranges all ages. On the menu you will find a wide variety of choices, including salads, house specialties and pasta. There is a vegetarian selection, too. The drink menu includes a choice of 75 beers.
Le Clan des Belges boasts a prime location at the heart of Brussels' social scene. The ambiance at this restaurant is intentionally reminiscent of the 1920s prohibition era. Its antiquarian decor is replete with industrial lamps, bookshelves, a gramophone and photographic memorabilia. Chef Joris creates a menu of traditional French and Belgian flavors served with fine wine and spirits. Classics include Côte de Bœuf, Cordon Bleu and top notch Mégacheeseburger. Le Clan des Belges also does a popular brunch on the weekends.
Mussels rule the menu at Au Vieux Bruxelles. This lively brasserie serves flavorful mussels cooked with fries or in curry and wine; the dish is a specialty of Belgian cuisine. Traditionalists can also savor raw mussels. It is a local hangout place with diners digging into the food amidst animated conversations. Pair it with a local Belgian ale to discover the magic of the traditional cuisine.
L'Horloge du Sud is not just a cafe but also a vibrant cultural hub. This space plays host to an array of conferences, lecture series, exhibitions, concerts and performing arts with an underlying theme that honors global cultures especially that of South Africa. A specialty on the restaurant menu is crocodile, a dish not for the faint-hearted foodie. This is a great place for diners looking for a unique experience.