Rue des Bouchers
Uniquely colourful Rue and Petite Rue des Bouchers are a pair of narrow alleys jam-packed with pavement tables, pyramids of lemons and...
Squatting just off Rue des Bouchers, this pigtailed female counterpart of the Manneken Pis is the work of sculptor Denis Adrien...
When opened in 1847 by King Léopold I, the glorious Galeries St-Hubert formed Europe’s very first shopping arcade. Many enticing shops...
The barrel tables, beer-tray ceilings and over 2000 world beers were already impressive. Now they’ve added a rum garden, a tap house and...
Aux Armes de Bruxelles
In a street where dining is a minefield of mussel places, this elegant eatery is where locals come to get treated like royalty and to...
Rue des Bouchers 18 · interesting places nearby
Chez Léon information
This long-time tourist favourite serves the original ‘Mussels from Brussels’, and makes a good place to try them if you don’t mind that portions (mostly 850g) are somewhat small by Belgian standards. Rooms are spread over several gabled houses and decor varies from attractively classic to somewhat tacky depending on where you sit.