Contrebande

belgian beer and organic lunch

6 Place Fernand Cocq, 1050 IXELLES
02 512 24 66 – WEBSITE
open from monday to sunday from 11:30am to 1am

Les Evadés, or “The Escaped”, is the name of the cooperative behind La Contrebande. It’s also the name for a group of five friends, who all worked at L’Imagin’air Art Cafe at some point or another, before deciding to make it their own in September 2016, and turn into an organic lunch restaurant and a specialized beer bar.

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BK’s Table February

 

Our February BK’s Table in video! Come join us for our next dinners, we promise, it’s worth it.

The concept : a dinner for 16 people, at Chloe’s place, in a laid-back and friendly atmosphere. A four course menu, mainly centered around seasonal vegetables, local and organic, along with wine pairings.

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Maru

real korean kitchen

510 Chaussée de Waterloo, 1050 IXELLES
02 346 11 11 – SITE WEB
open from thuesday to sunday
from 12 to 2:30pm and from 7 to 10:30pm

In Brussels, we haven’t got the chance to say that we know our stuff when it comes to Korean food. Unlike Paris, where a whole neighborhood is filled with Korean food joints, whose bibimbaps clearly compete with one another.
But in Brussels, we’ve got Maru.

Designed and made by the Lhoas, this restaurant located on chaussée de Waterloo is a dedication to refined Korean food. Kiki, the owner, fills the room with her charisma, and the food and the place take care of the rest.

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L’Architecte

read, eat, share

19 Place Eugène Flagey, 1050 IXELLES
02 648 34 36 – WEBSITE
open monday and tuesday from 11:30 to 2:30pm
from wednesday to friday from 11:30 to 2:30pm and from 7 to 9:30pm
sunday from 10:30 to 3pm

A new canteen, a Belgian inspired bistrot, and a quality restaurant. That’s what L’Architecte reminds us of. And it’s probably a mix of the three all at the same time.

But first of all, it’s a new project, which fits into the global renovation of the architecture school of La Cambre, beautifully done by Lhoas and Lhoas. Famous for having done quite a few projects in Brussels already (among which Les Filles, Maru, Certo or the Wiels’ cafeteria), the students at La Cambre rather know the brothers for being their teachers.

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