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Wittamer

The most popular patisserie in Brussels is most likely Wittamer, especially if you rely on seeing the long queues blocking the view of the shop windows. In the Wittamer coffee bar, there is a cosy lunch room where you can enjoy all the delicacies dis...

Tea & Eat

If you happen to miss your hotel's lunch buffet, Tea & Eat is the perfect alternative. Here, they serve an over-delicious breakfast until late in the morning, with which you can start the day perfectly. But also if you wish to avoid the crowded stree...

Pixel

Pixel is a wonderful little wine bar near the Sablon. The decor consists of 8580 "pixels", represented by small cushions, and a bench consisting also of pixels of woolen tassels. This original and playfull design is the result of the young architect...

Mokafé

In the beautiful Koningsgalerij you can find this fancy place called Mokafé. The coffee bar was opened in 1935 by the Charlier family and hasn't changed a lot since then. Here you can get a gorgeous cup of coffee or tea with a piece of cake, while w...

Le Perroquet

A light lunch or a heavy snack? You will fill your hungry stomach with pitas of all kinds of shapes. These divinely spiced snacks are perfect for a quick bite, and with a dip sauce and some fresh salad, you'll have regained your strength completely....

Le Pain Quotidien

Literally translated into English, Le Pain Quotidien means our daily bread. This bakery shop is a Belgian invention, which also has branches in Paris and New York, besides the ones in Brussels. The founder, Alain Coumont, learned to bake bread from h...

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