Tibet & Duchâteau
This mural very effectively depicts a life-sized figure teetering towards a trompe l’œil window.
Painted in 1991 by Frank Pé, Broussaille was the city's first giant mural and depicts a young couple arm in arm. This strip is located...
Rue Charles Buls – Brussels’ most unashamedly touristy shopping street, lined with chocolate and trinket shops – leads the hordes three...
Chez Maman features the capital’s most beloved transvestite show.
Le Cercle des Voyageurs
Delightful bistro featuring globes, an antique-map ceiling and a travel library. If your date's late, flick through an old National...
Rue des Grands Carmes 10 · interesting places nearby
A warmly lit Ethiopian bar/restaurant/cultural centre at the bottom of Rue des Grands Carmes, where well-explained dishes are best shared, eaten from and with pancake-like injera – it’s a place to visit in a group rather than on your own. Traditional coffee ceremonies are held on Wednesday evening and noon to 3pm Sunday.