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Brussels Best Restaurants

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Top Restaurants in Brussels

Restaurants Brussels – What’s a vacation without excellent food, delicious cocktails or fine wine in a good restaurant? Such evenings create memories. WorldTop7 offers a selection of the best restaurants in Brussels. And because we know how different tastes are we cover all of the different restaurant styles!

Whether a sushi restaurant in Brussels, an American steakhouse, an Italian restaurant, a Thai eatery or exotic Cajun cuisine – the lovers of culinary delights come fully at their expense and find lots of insider tips. Our restaurant tips in Brussels are by locals (which should know where it tastes best!), celebrities, globetrotter and business people. And if you’ve eaten in one of these restaurants in Brussels where cuisine, service and atmosphere was unbeatable and you want to tell everybody – that’s what WorldTop7 stands for! Restaurants in Brussels with the x-factor!

The demands in terms of restaurant style are naturally very varied and WorldTop7 is happy to assist. Whether it is a small, cozy bistro in Brussels with delicious and authentic food for surprisingly little money or a completely styled Michelin-star restaurant in Brussels where movie stars and models have diner – here you find everything from inexpensive to expensive, from grunge to classy, from traditional to macro kitchen!

But not only for your vacation, also for your business lunch or business dinner in Brussels you can find exactly the right place to eat. Thus, business become pleasure in no time!

Al Amort Subite

Style: Classic Brussels Café Bar

Al Amort SubiteAl Amort Subite may not be an ideal place for hungry tummies seeking to indulge in full-course menus; nevertheless, the old fashioned pub has excellent Belgian beers and convivial ambience to boast, earning loyal followings and increasing recognition over the years.

Relax and travel back in time – from “La Cour Royale”, founder Mr. Theophile Vossen changed its name to what it is known now based from dives game 421 played by customers in 1910 – loser in the last game is declared “mort subite” (sudden death), which was also used to name its popular beer.

Go for hearty mushroom omelets, Salami sandwich, Tuna salad, or plain cheese cubes to compliment your choice of beer. Bar is open everyday of the year except December 24, 25, 31 and January 1.


Address: Rue Montagne aux Herbes Potagères 7, Brussels, Belgium
Area: Galeries Saint-Hubert
Phone: +32 02 513 13 18

Comme chez Soi Restaurant

Style: Lionel Rigolet and Pierre Wynanats

Comme chez soi

Together they represent two generations of quality and tradition; Pierre Wynants had found in his son-in-law alter ego, who like him, is also searching for perfection; Comme chez soi -the olympe of the Belgique cuisine. just try and enjoy it.

Open: Noon – 1:30pm & 7pm – 9pm; Closed: Sunday and Monday (whole day) & Wednesday for lunch; Annual closing: Mid July – mid August


Address: Place Rouppe 23, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Area: Chatelain
Phone: +32 2 512 29 21

Hama Shin

Style: Authentic Japanese Cuisine in Brussels

Hama ShinHama Shin may not be the best in the aesthetic aspect but still regarded as one of the best Japanese restaurant in Brussels.

This friendly restaurant offers delicious Japanese menu at reasonable prices. But don’t take this small establishment for granted – they offer more than just the usual Japanese sushi. Loyal customers always come back for tuna & avocado with sesame sauce (avocado maguro) and fried tofu in brine (agedashi tofu), which are just among their many must-try dishes that are to die for.

For those who don’t care much about anything but good food, Hama Shin is always open (except on Wednesday afternoon and whole day Sunday) to satisfy every hungry tummy.


Address: Chaussée d’Ixelles 272, 1050 Ixelles, Belgium
Area: Flagey – Ixelles Ponds
Phone: +32 02 640 56 82

Price: €25 – €35 main course


Style: Best Udon in Town

KokubanLiterally means blackboard in Japanese, Kokuban is a true blank sheet when it first started. The quest was simple – to bring authentic Japanese cuisine in Brussels – and they have not disappointed. But more than just delicious flavors and healthy street food, Kokuban speak of emotions, memories, and tradition.

Visit Kokuban for lunch or dinner and savor the aroma of hot and flavourful noodle selection: Miso Ramen, Oyako-don Saumon, or Soba Froid. Pair with a choice of refreshing juice, soda, wine, or cold/hot sake to complete that authentic Japanese experience. Come in comfy, casual attire every day of the week except Sunday.

Address: Rue Vilain XIV 53, Brussels, Belgium
Area: Flagey – Ixelles Ponds
Phone: +32 02 611 06 22

Price: Main course starting at €12.-

Les Brassins

Style: Typical Belgian Menu in a Homey Atmosphere

Les BrassinsLocated along the busy side street of Rue Keyenveld is a convivial space called Les Brassins.

Groove to the funky and jazzy background music while enjoying a sip from their huge selection of Belgian craft beers or carefully hand selected wines. Among their daily lunch specials include Meat Balls in Tomato Sauce, Irish Rib Steak, and Rabbit in Cherry Beer Sauce. All these succulent dishes are accompanied with steamed potatoes, mashed potatoes with chosen vegetables of the day, or their signature homemade fries.

Les Brassins is open Monday to Sunday from 12 noon ‘til midnight. Be sure to bring in enough cash as they do not accept debit or credit cards.

Address: 36 Rue Keyenveld, Brussels, Belgium
Area: Rue Keyenveld
Phone: +32 02 512 69 99

Price: €11 – €21 main course