1 place du petit sablon, 1000 Bruxelles site web from monday to friday, from 12 to 1:30 and from 7pm to 9pm, saturday from 7pm to 9pm 3-course lunch : 50€ 6-course tasting menu : 110€
What we like about the Senzanome, is the simplicity of its chef, Giovanni Bruno. In his Michelin-starred Italian restaurant in the heart of Sablon, you could think quite the opposite. Though the location and the numerous prizes can seem quite intimidating, inside, everything feels smooth and extremely easy, a bit like when you’re strolling in the halls of one of those Four Seasons hotels, where everything seems to fall right into place. Continuer
82 rue hôtel des monnaies, 1060 saint-gilles facebook from tuesday to saturday from 10am to 9:30pm on sundays from 10am to 6pm lunch : 6€ – 13€€ to share with drinks : 3€ – 10€ wine by the glass : 4€ – 7€
Le Petit Mercado was born in the minds of Pia and Mano after a long trip to Argentina. Inspired by the numerous markets where locals would spend more time having a drink with their neighbors, chatting over the latest news than actually doing groceries, they decided to open a local grocery store slash wine bar and eatery, as soon as they would return. Their vision when opening Petit Mercado in the heart of Saint-Gilles: hunt for the best suppliers and offer organic, artisanal and locally grown produce to their customers.
17 rue de la fauvette, 1180 uccle 0477 66 67 27 – instagram from tuesday to friday, for lunch and dinner amuses gueule : 1,50€ – 8,50€ mains : 13€ – 22€ sides : 6,50€ – 8€/h6>
Imagine three of your favorite people from the Brussels food scene – Damien Bouchéry, Joël Geismar and Romina Bux – opening a new venue together. Fauvette is miles away from Bouchéry, though it’s located literally next door. Fauvette is also miles away from Le Garage à Manger, though the generosity in the dishes is the same. It’s got less than 20 seats, a room full of natural light during the day and mostly lit by candles at night, carefully selected vintage furniture, bare wooden tables, a big cabinet filled with natural wines, and tons of copper cookware displayed on the walls.
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