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  • Bebo
  • This dining establishment has beautifully renovated rooms & an elegant terrace. Breakfast, soup of the day & tapas can be ordered, but this is mainly a café ('Bebo' is Spanish for 'I drink').
  • Address:
    • Avenue Stalingradlaan 2
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 514 71 11
  • Havana Club
  • Dinner? A drink with friends? Or do you want to dance until dawn? Combine all three at the Havana Club, with everything needed to make an evening out of your night.
  • Address:
    • Rue de l’Epée 4
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 502 12 24
  • Bij den Boer
  • This superb restaurant specialises in fish dishes, served with one of the excellent wines on their menu. Found in the center of Brussels, with reservation advised.
  • Address:
    • Baksteenkaai 60
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 512 61 22
  • Aria Italiana
  • This small-but-welcoming restaurant serves delicious Italian specialty dishes, with homemade fresh pasta & focaccia. Its moto: 'The sun is not outside but inside!'
  • Address:
    • Avenue Legrand 15
    • 1000
    • Brussel
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  • Divino
  • Divino is an Italian restaurant in Brussel's city centre. Naturally, they count themselves as specialists in pizzas & pastas, and serve many delicious Italian wines.
  • Address:
    • Kartuizersstraat 56
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 503 39 09
  • In ’t Spinnekopke
  • Address:
    • Bloemenhofplein 1
    • 1000
    • Brussel
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  • Belga Queen
  • An absolute one of a kind restaurant, Belga Queen is the creation of interior designer & restaurateur Antoine Pinto. Close to the heart of Brussels, open all week!
  • Address:
    • Wolvengrachtlaan 32
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 217 21 87
  • Babeko
  • A restaurant that cares, Babeko's owner is often seen behind the stove of her open kitchen – making sure you enjoy a delicious meal of best quality ingredients, at a fair price.
  • Address:
    • Sint-Katelijneplein 26
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 218 28 81
  • Le Cirio
  • Address:
    • Beursstraat 18
    • 1000
    • Brussel
    • Belgium
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  • Restaurant 't Kelderke
  • This restaurant has its home in a 17th-century cellar under the cobblestones at the Grand Place. They offer delicious speciality dishes from the Brussel region.
  • Address:
    • Grand-Place 15
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 513 73 44
  • Strofilia
  • Discover this restaurant, hiding in an old wine cellar, and you'll find some of the best (and most authentic) Byzantine & Greek gastronomy in town. Reservation advised.
  • Address:
    • Varkensmarkt 13
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 512 32 93
  • A La Bécasse
  • Visiting A La Bécasse is like taking a step back into 19th century Belgium. It is also one of the only places where they serve Lambic on tap – and in stoneware jugs.
  • Address:
    • Taborastraat 11
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 511 00 06

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