This enormous scrap-wood sculpture by Brussels artist Arne Quinze is a whopping 40m-long, 25m-wide, 18m-high canopy that weighs more...
Palais de Justice
Impossible to miss (it’s larger than St Peter’s in Rome), this immense 1879-built law court was designed by Joseph Poelaert to reflect...
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...
Buried inside the Galeries Louise shopping mall, this strobe-lit club has a wicked sound system that sees a diverse crowd dance till...
Il Vecchio Mulino
During Sunday lunch, this cosy restaurant feels like a communal dining room for the entire neighbourhood. But any time of the week it’s...
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Cospaia’s lush dining rooms done out entirely in glossy black or pure white are the work of Marcel Wolterinck, who designed singer Robbie Williams’ London pad. Its menu (split equally between fish and meat) is sharp, stylish and very Brussels, right down to the desserts created by chocolatier Pierre Marcolini.