Église Notre-Dame du Sablon
The Sablon’s large, flamboyantly Gothic church started life as the 1304 archers’ guild chapel. However, a century later it had to be...
Place du Petit Sablon
About 200m uphill from Place du Grand Sablon, this charming little garden is ringed by 48 bronze statuettes representing the medieval...
Église Notre-Dame de la Chapelle
Brussels’ oldest surviving church now curiously incorporates the decapitated tower of the 1134 original as the central section of a...
Perfect for a drink, but also good for a simple bite (salads and variations on croques monsieurs), this art-nouveau café with its...
Lola...yes, it’s hard to get the Kinks out of your head at this streamlined contemporary brasserie. The menu is a combination of...
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Pierre Marcolini information
Rare chocolate beans, experimental flavours (eg tea) and designer black-box packaging make Marcolini’s pralines Belgium’s trendiest and most expensive.