Near the Bourse, this pint-sized church is as old as Brussels itself. What really makes it notable is its virtual invisibility – the...
Musée du Cacao et du Chocolat
Exhibits at Brussels’ museum of cocoa and chocolate give you a quick rundown of chocolate’s history in Europe, along with chocolate’s...
The Belgian Stock Exchange occupies a grandiose neoclassical edifice from 1873. The cream façade is festooned with friezes and...
Le Roy d'Espagne
Sit and sip (pricey beers) the splendour of the Grand Place in this former guildhouse. And, yes, those are inflated dried pigs' bladders...
Established in 1829, Brussels’ best-known biscuiterie has five local branches, this one with an attached tearoom. The chocolate for...
Lonely Planet review
Little supermarket near the Grand Place. There is another branch in Ste-Catherine (Quai au Bois à Brûler 4)