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Discover the 5 best restaurants in Brussels

Enjoy dishes from all over the world at the bustling Wolf food market, marvel at star-class Japanese delicacies at the affordable Kamo restaurant or eat Brussels' best Neapolitan pizza at Nona. When you are out and about in Brussels, there is a wide choice of good restaurants in the city centre, almost all a short distance from the Grand Place. We recommend the five best restaurants for a Brussels city trip, so you will not have spend time searching when you get there.

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1. Choose from several good restaurants in Brussels : Wolf Street food

Not sure what you want to eat yet? Then Wolf Street food is the place to be. The food market is a world tour through 19 countries, where you can choose from all kinds of different cuisines. From sushi to fresh homemade pasta or Syria-Libyan bread baked fresh on the spot. And how about Thai, hamburgers or vegan options? Everyone, no matter how old or young, will find a dish to their liking in this bustling food market.
Address: Wolvengracht 50

2. Belgian cuisine: Fin de Siècle

A cosy and rustic restaurant where you can taste authentic Belgian dishes. They offer dishes such as vol-au-vent, stoemp (stew) and rabbit the grandmother's way. For more than 25 years, Fin de Siècle has focused its energy mainly on authenticity, hospitality and efficiency of service.
Address: Rue des Chartreux 9

3. Best Italian restaurant in Brussels: Nona

For the best Neapolitan pizza in Brussels, try Nona. The restaurant has been named the best Italian restaurant in Brussels several times, both by the media and by locals. Nona, which literally means 'no name', deliberately chose not to have a fancy image, but to focus only on serving dishes made with the best, organic and local ingredients. Enjoy a traditional, wafer-thin pizza from the brick oven or opt for a mouth-watering fresh pasta. You will not be disappointed by a meal at Nona.
Address: Sint-Katelijnestraat 17/19

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4. Vegetarian restaurant: L'Eau Chaude

Planning a day out in Brussels with the kids? Then the best place to go is the homely bistro L'Eau Chaude / Het Warm Water, located in the attractive streets of the Marolles district. The child-friendly restaurant has a large play area on the first floor. While your children play, you can enjoy simple, healthy and vegetarian dishes prepared with local ingredients. A pleasant and inexpensive way to end a day in Brussels with the whole family.
Address: Vossenstraat 25

5. Top restaurant in Brussels: Kamo

Do you want a high-quality culinary experience at an affordable price? Kamo is a a Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant. The restaurant is located in the Ma Champagne neighbourhood, south of the centre of Brussels. Enjoy freshly made sashimi or let the chef surprise you. A nice touch: when you eat at the bar, you can see the chefs at work. Those who dine at Kamo do not have to dig as deep into their pockets as you would expect from a Michelin-starred restaurant. You pay just € 80 for a menu, which makes Kamo one of the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurants in Belgium.
Address: Waterloosesteenweg 550A

Restaurant visit & city trip to Brussels by train

You can easily travel from the Netherlands to Belgium by train:

  • Travel to the heart of Brussels (from Amsterdam) with Eurostar in less than 2 hours.
  • (From Amsterdam) It will take a bit less than 3 hours, with Intercity Brussels.

You can book a ticket with Intercity Brussels from Amsterdam from € 25 one-way. Would you prefer to travel quickly with Eurostar? Then book about 3 months in advance for cheaper train tickets. Early booking pays off. Planning a day trip? Then depart early to the Belgian capital n the morning and take an evening train back home. That way, you can make the most of your day in Brussels.
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