In the old Bruxellois dialect, zinneke means ‘a person of mixed origins’, which sums up the city’s inhabitants to this day. Hence...
In 1881 this superb neo-Renaissance brick-and-wrought-iron meat market was built around a curious pyramidal monument-fountain (itself...
This intimate, split-level art-deco bar has been playing jazz since 1937. It’s an unusual two-tiered circular space that can get...
Fin de Siècle
From carbonade (beer-based hot pot) and kriek (cherry beer) chicken to mezzes and tandoori chicken, the food is as eclectic as the...
Rue des Chartreux 7 · interesting places nearby
Le Greenwich information
At this high-ceilinged pub with belle-époque gilt woodwork a recent renovation has restored the gilt and glamour, but the soul – and the chess players who stayed for hours – seem to have left the building.