La Maison du Cygne
Entry includes a beer supped amid barrels and delightfully antiquated wooden brewers’ tools: with the BrusselsCard it’s a great...
Musée de la Brasserie
Brussels’ brewery museum is authentic in the sense that it occupies the basement of the brewers’ guildhall and has some 18th-century...
Statue of Everard 't Serclaes
A 1902 statue of city hero Everard ‘t Serclaes depicts his reclining corpse. A fairly contemporary ‘tradition’ claims that rubbing the...
Cosily elegant oak-panelled restaurant.
Rue Charles Buls 2 · interesting places nearby
La Maison du Cygne information
Gastronomic Belgo-French seasonal cuisine is served in this sophisticated restaurant on the 2nd floor of a classic 17th-century guildhall. Book way ahead to score one of the few tables with a Grand Place view. For something slightly less formal, try its 1st-floor Ommegang Brasserie .