164 AVENUE LOUISE, 1050 BRUXELLES
NO RESERVATIONS – SITE WEB
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK FROM 11:30 TO 10:30PM
There is a New Yorker in every city, , that is the quote that sets the tone at Manhattn’s.
And it is in fact New York you will find once you step into the restaurant, hidden in every little detail.
You’ll even end up appreciating the queue (5 minutes wait, no big deal) which reminds us of the one at Shake Shack in Madison Square Garden. The buzzer is here too, to make the concept even stronger, and will get all shiny with little lights only five minutes after you get seated. Perfect timing I say.
154 RUE DE LIVOURNE, 1000 BRUXELLES
02 513 29 59 – SITE WEB
OUVERT LE LUNDI ET SAMEDI SOIR
ET DU MARDI AU VENDREDI MIDI ET SOIR,
A few shots with my iPhone, a souvenir from a past lunch at the Notos in an elegant atmosphere on a saturday. A bright and luminous place, wooden chairs and tables covered in white tablecloths and beautiful rugs on oakwood floors.
(Italian pasta from Liguria)
80 RUE DE NAMUR, 1000 BRUXELLES
02 534 21 55 – SITE WEB
OUVERT DU LUNDI AU MARDI DE 11h30 à 15h
DU MERCREDI AU VENDREDI DE 11h30 à 22h30
ET LE SAMEDI DE MIDI à 22h30
C’est tout simplement la petite adresse qui manquait au quartier, rapide et sans prétention, et une vraie révélation sur la cuisine du Liguria.
Via Balbi is somewhere halfway between an little lunch joint and typical Italian trattoria. A few bright green tables and chairs on the pavement points out the location of the restaurant. Once passed the main door, the idea of fast-food lunch directly disappears, replaced by a huge blackboard, filled with tons of suggestions written in Italian, and explained by the owner with a charming accent.
Fondamenta della Misericordia, 2540, 30121 Venezia
+39 041 720581 - SITE WEB
OPEN ON MONDAY FROM 6PM TO 00
THURSDAY AND SUNDAY FROM 12 TO 00
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FROM 12 TO 1AM
Guest Post by Zazie from Tadam Studio! Zazie had already written about her trip in scotland hereici.
24 hours in Venice, to meet Chloe and Max for the Biennale, we discovered the wonderful city on the canals.
Whilst walking ever further away from the throngs of japanese paparazzi and fake gondoliers, we came across a Lost Paradise.