In the old Bruxellois dialect, zinneke means ‘a person of mixed origins’, which sums up the city’s inhabitants to this day. Hence...
Maison de la Bellone
The glass-vaulted courtyard of this 18th-century stunner is used for occasional concerts.
Cremerie De Linkebeek
Brussels’ best fromagerie was established in 1902 and retains its original glazed tiles. It still stocks a beguiling array of cheeses,...
Rue Antoine Dansaert 74 · interesting places nearby
A top address, Stilj is well stocked with Antwerp Six classic designer-ware (Ann Demeulemeester, Dries Van Noten) but also features up-to-the-minute designers including Haider Ackermann, Gustavo Lins (www.gustavolins.com) and Raf Simons. It’s a hip place but not unduly daunting to enter and, unlike in many such boutiques, prices are clearly labelled. Has fashion for men and women.