What was once the Hôtel de la Poste and then the Crédit du Nord bank, is now the extravagant and decadent Belga Queen. Opened by world-renowned chef Antoine Pinto, who in 1980 was called one of the world’s top 100 chefs by the Besser Guide, the Belga Queen offers a wide variety of Belgian cuisine. Pinto is a true believer in all ingredients Belgian and displays them with elegance in his many fine dining options. The building is a voluminous space decorated to enhance the belle époque style, while simultaneously giving the space a fresh and modern perspective. The Belga Queen is not merely fine dining restaurant, but also houses an oyster bar, a beer bar, and a classic cigar lounge.
*Check out the bathrooms! No joke
*While the restaurant closes for a few hours between lunch and dinner, the beer bar remains opened.The Cigar club is opened Monday-Saturday from 7pm-midnight.
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