Musée du Costume et de la Dentelle
Lace-making has been one of Flanders’ finest crafts since the 16th century. While kloskant (bobbin lace) originated in Bruges,...
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...
Goupil le Fol
Overwhelming weirdness hits you as you acid-trip your way through this sensory overload of rambling passageways, ragged old sofas and...
A great, idiosyncratic little place a few steps from the Grand Place, with a staff of just two: a Norwegian chef and a maître d’: the...
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Al Barmaki information
Hidden on a quiet backstreet, Al Barmarki has long been considered one of Brussels' best Middle Eastern eateries. And now, after more than three decades of faithful service to uncompromisingly authentic Lebanese food, it's made the Michelin guide. Expect cool Moorish décor, brusque service and succulent skewered lamb kebabs. Great for vegetarians too.