Best place to tea: La Septième Tasse

Is it Steve Jobs and Ed Sheeran? No! It’s Bruno and Nicolas! And they advise you in the loveliest tea shop of Brussels! When you arrive in that shop, you are delicately surrounded by a charming smell. “Is it this of a tea?”, I asked. “No, it is the mix of all the tea boxes we open, so it changes accordingly. Every day it’s a … Continue reading Best place to tea: La Septième Tasse

Kids-friendly bistro: La Brasserie Des Étangs Mellaerts

Have you ever spotted this big house – almost a mansion – near the Woluwe Parc? It is in fact a great spot from Restauration Nouvelle, “La Brasserie des Etangs Mellaerts”. Its well-mastered brasserie-style cuisine and pleasant environment make this restaurant a safe bet, whether it is for business lunches or family diners. If you are eating with your lover, you can then go for … Continue reading Kids-friendly bistro: La Brasserie Des Étangs Mellaerts

BRUGMANN: a star is coming…

On a sunny Sunday, I was wandering around in Brussels, and came accross a restaurant that looked pretty sophisticated. I walked into the lovely tiny parc right behind it – Parc de l’Abbé Froidure, who founded Les Petits Riens -, found the terrace of the Brugmann perfect, and decided that I would definitely pay a visit to the restaurant someday. Three months later, I was … Continue reading BRUGMANN: a star is coming…

Sanzaru: the flavors of the whole world in the service of gastronomy

Are you curious about innovative, surprising matches between unusual flavors? Then you should pay a visit to Sanzaru! Their aim: bringing Nikkei food influences – Peruvian products cooked with Japanese technique – to Belgium. In practice, it is more than just two countries: you will discover various tastes depending on the on the chef’s inspiration. Their modus operandi: creating innovative recipes for the lunch – that changes … Continue reading Sanzaru: the flavors of the whole world in the service of gastronomy