Église des Augustins
Rue Africaine 92
Art-nouveau house with creamy tones, harmonious lines and a big circular window.
The typically austere exterior doesn’t give much away, but Victor Horta’s former home (designed and built 1898–1901) is an art-nouveau...
Imaginatively flavoured ice cream to take away or, in summer, eat in the garden. Sorbets, including some made from Cantillon beers, are...
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La Quincaillerie information
A central Victorian stairway and station-style clock dominate this unique brasserie-restaurant. Wooden box-drawers, gleaming copperware and a green wrought-iron interior date from its days as an upmarket ironmonger’s shop. Upper-level seating is a bit squashy but offers unusual views down upon other diners. Menus are multilingual and food standards reliable.