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A modern restaurant associated with the Hotel Léopold Brussels, Brasserie Léopold serves a traditional array of meats along with a long beer list, and some vegetarian and pasta options. The outdoor terrace and indoor patio seat a total of 200 people, but reservations are strongly recommended. The full bar is also a popular destination.
Located in the Hotel Léopold Brussels, the Salon les Anges offers standard Dutch, French, and English cuisine. Classic beef and poultry dishes are served with seasonal vegetables and a wine list is available. The restaurant also has a three-course gourmet business lunch and a set dinner menu. For information on reservations, visit the hotel's website.
This casual restaurant offers a delicious array of dishes from around the globe. Cafeteria-style dining and a no-fuss decor create a laid-back atmosphere, perfect for a lunch break at work. With its budget-friendly prices and varied menu, it's become one of the most popular lunch options in the neighborhood, so be sure to get there early to snag a seat in this small restaurant.
Set on a road that is near to many commercial and government offices, Le Dauphin is a popular place among office-goers for a quick bite. This friendly Italian haunt is known for its delicious sandwiches. Don't be surprised by the long queue during lunch hours. But they do dissipate quickly due to their efficient service.
Quick on Chaussée d'Ixelles is a nice option for a quick bite. Dig into their juicy burgers which are freshly made. Set near the highway, it is often frequented by those traveling on the road. Their prices are also reasonable.
Traditional French-Belgian cuisine at appropriate prices can be savoured here with more local inhabitants than EU representatives.