This restaurant, tucked away on a hidden neighborhood street, has long been popular with locals; a little mention by the New York Times has upped it's popularity with the foodie-traveling segment who are discovering all Les Brassins has to offer. Meat lovers rejoice—the kitchen prepares some of the best duck, Irish rib steak, and rabbit in kriek sauce that you'll find in Brussels, and they've got a great burger and fries if you're craving a little Americana. The extensive beer options stocked with Belgian specialties accompany your meal, and it all ties up nicely with delicate and satisfying desserts like chocolate mousse or apple tart. The dark, intimate space filled with lively conversation makes this a relaxing, enjoyable dinner hour. You might have to wait a bit for a table, but it's worth it.
Dedicated entirely to the late Antoine Wiertz (1806-1865), the museum is a tribute to both his work... Read more