La Grainerie

organic bulk store, lunch & brunch

112 RUE DE TENBOSCH, 1050 IXELLES
02 217 98 27 – WEBSITE
OPEN FROM WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY FROM 10:30 TO 7:30PM
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FROM 11AM TO 6PM

La Grainerie is this really fun project, putting together a vegan food joint and bulk grocery store, in a beautiful house on rue de Tenbosch. Opened a year ago by Marie and Sulivan, the place is tailor-made for healthy and vegan food lovers, but also for any food enthusiast, curious of discovering new things.

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A l’Ombre de la Ville

the most romantic experience

7 RUE DE LA REINETTE, 1000 BRUXELLES
0488 86 47 86 – SITE WEB
OUVERT DU MARDI AU VENDREDI DE MIDI à 15H
TOUS LES JOURS DE 19h à MINUIT

A lOmbre de La Ville is the perfect getaway to enjoy a romantic date until the end of the night.
This incredibly charming and tiny restaurant perfectly fits its name ; A l’Ombre de la Ville means in the shadow of the city. Hidden in a small paved street, perpendicular to rue de Namur, the window display itself is somewhat intriguing. Wrought iron chairs are arranged around a small table covered with a flowery tablecloth, with a huge flower vase on top, setting the tone for the rest of the venue. Here, you will love to be surprised, in a place completely out of time.

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Le Canard Sauvage

Seasonal and local cuisine

194 CHAUSSEE DE LA HULPE, 1170 WATERMAEL-BOITSFORT
02 230 10 57 – WEBSITE
OPEN FROM TUESDAY TO SUNDAY FROM  8:30 TO 11PM

Located a few steps aways from Wiener square, right across the ponds, Le Canard Sauvage (« the wild duck ») is a new type of neighbourhood restaurant, extremely friendly and welcoming. Opened just a few months ago by Géraldine and Aline, the place perfectly reflects their common wish to make it a multi-purpose space, where people meet at any time of the day.

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Kumiko Izakaya

Homemade onigiri

7 RUE D’ALOST, 1000 BRUXELLES
+32 473 36 94 81 – WEBSITE
OPEN FROM MONDAY TO THURSDAY FROM 8AM TO 11:30PM
FRIDAY & SATURDAY FROM 8AM TO 1:30AM
SUNDAY FROM 10AM TO 10:30PM

 

Kumiko Izakya is the story of the collaboration between David D’udekem Dacoz, of Belgo-Japanese origin, and Frederic Nicolay.

After having heavily contributed to the neighbourhood by opening the Walvis, the Barbeton, La Belle Equipe, the Bravo and the recent Officina, Frédéric decided it was time to take a step back and look at what he had built.
The Bravo had a dedicated customer base from the Antoine Dansaert Center, its direct neighbour, and homemade ice-teas were pretty much pouring all the time. The place clearly worked fine. Except that Frédéric eventually got sick of serving homemade ice-teas.

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