45 rue du Midi, 1000 Bruxelles + 32 2 514 39 95 – instagram Open everyday from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
Years ago, we were the firsts to regularly go to the newly opened Café de la Presse, grabbing a sandwich for lunch or an oreo-cappuccino in the afternoon. Then, our tastebuds started to evolve, and so did those of François Lafontaine, the guy we already knew for his famous Apéros Urbains in Brussels. He had also launched Café de la Presse and Café du Sablon – two cool cafés where we loved to stop for a (very) sweet treat.
The concept of The Brunch Club Box? Recreate this unique experience in the comfort of your own home
As usual, all the keys elements will be gathered in the box : 7 small dished prepared by 7 Brussels-based chefs, Wignac cider (with or without alcohol), fresh juice from BON and a blend of tea from Madn Teas, specially made for Brussels’ Kitchen.
And a few surprises, of course 😌✨
The price : 45€ per person, everything included (7 dishes + 3 drinks). The Box is for one person, and the menu will be the same format as during the Brunch Club events, with 7 small individual dishes. You can always share it of course, but it would be a shame 😉
38 Rue du Bailli, 1050 ixelles website – instagram Wednesday to Saturday, 6pm to 9pm Man’oushe : 7,5€ – 10€
Dane was super excited when he welcomed us yesterday at Habibi’s. He’d been working on this project for 8 months with his artisan friend Christo, and it had finally opened. He had the idea of the Man’oushe bar – we’ll come back to it – for a long time. The decoration, however, came step by step. Starting with the plastered walls, the two friends ended up making everything with their own four hands. Everything, even the Man’oushe oven. And the result is incredible.
10 Rue Malibran, 1050 ixelles instagram Mardi au samedi, de 12h à 14h et 18h à 21h Burger : 10€
Just over two weeks ago, yet another burger joint opened in Brussels. Is it a revolutionary concept? No. Is it worth talking about? Absolutely.
Bikette is actually Léa’s nickname, given to her by her boyfriend. With a solid background in the hospitality industry, she arrived in Brussels a little by chance, with a desire to do something on her smaller scale, and to do it very well.
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