There is a museum in this step-gabled house where Pieter Breugel the Elder lived and died, but it’s only open by reservation; phone...
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...
Old-fashioned mirror-panelled seats and 1927 chequerboard flooring make this a classic local hostelry that’s also well regarded for its...
L’Idiot du Village
Booking ahead is essential to secure a table at this colourful, cosy restaurant, secluded on a little side street near the Place du...
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Carnival-like red, blue, green, yellow and orange striped walls, scrubbed floorboards and a stripped-concrete back room give this brand-new ‘canteen’ a casual-chic ambience. Smart bistro fare like risotto or gratin of endives is brought out on funky crockery, and lopsided glass sugar bowls accompany your coffee, but service is pretty patchy. Still, it’s early days.