La Fleur en Papier Doré
Église Notre-Dame de la Chapelle
Brussels’ oldest surviving church now curiously incorporates the decapitated tower of the 1134 original as the central section of a...
Fondation Jacques Brel
Chansonnier Jacques Brel (1929–78) made his debut in 1952 at a cabaret in his native Belgium and shot to fame in Paris, where he was a...
This graffitied ‘arts laboratory’ in the old Chapelle station along Rue des Ursulines revitalised what was once an industrial wasteland....
Despite facing Brussels’ kitsch central, this is a surprisingly appealing café full of genuine old puppets. It offers a decent...
Offering grown-up eating in a muted belle époque dining room, Les Brigittines dishes up traditional French and Belgian food. Its classic...
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La Fleur en Papier Doré information
The nicotine-stained walls of this tiny cafe, adored by artists and locals, are covered with writings, art and scribbles by Magritte and his surrealist pals, some of which were reputedly traded for free drinks. ‘Ceci n’est pas un musée ’, quips a sign on the door reminding visitors to buy a drink and not just look around.