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Each year the tourist office issues a comprehensive dining directory entitled Gourmet, which gives each restaurant's rating in irises, the flower of Brussels, instead of the traditional stars. It's a good idea to pick up a copy and other interesting information at the beginning of your stay. But here you can read the classical areas to find good resto

Rue des bouchers 
The restaurants on and around the Grand Place are generally of good quality and in the shadow of the Grand Place their’ s rue des Bouchers. This place is crowded with restaurants whose doors are always open. The tables and chairs line the alley, when the weather is nice. The street is a narrow gastronomic street with mussels, lobsters and oysters, nicely decorated on a row, staring at you. There is one thing you have to remember after reading it, because some people find rue des Bouchers a tourist trap. When you see a display of seafood on ice it won’t say the quality is good, because most times it’s an enticement. An advice is to read the menu display and don’t get hit on the waiter before. Most of the restaurants are good, so don’t get a wrong impression, but especially on such place you have to be aware. It’s in each big city the same.   

The Marolles
Les Marolles or in Dutch De Marollen at Rue de la Regence and Avenue Louise, is a traditional working-class neighbourhood, dominated by the Palais de Justice. If you are looking for a restaurant you can check this neighbourhood, because the Marolles now offers a wide selection of dining establishments next to the antiques shops and bars. Place du Grand Sablon, too, is rich in restaurants, but it is considered to be expensive

Marché aux poissons
At the place sainte catherine  there's the cluster of fine restaurants, it’s not far from the Grand-Place but you can take metro 1a and 1b. Earlier times  fishermen sailed into the heart of brussels. Seafood, as you'd expect, is the specialty and that’s why the fish market is still on his place. Officially, the market is named place sainte catherinem after the imposing church sainte Catherine. A well-spent afternoon's occupation is to stroll through the area to examine the bills of fare exhibited in windows and make your reservation for the evening meal.

A Perfect Brew
You should take a Belgian beer as accompaniment to your meal. Belgium is renowned for its 450 brands of beer produced by dozens of breweries. Belgium's chefs use beer in their sauces the way French chefs use wine.

Rick's Café Américain in avenue louise quarter serves a great American breakfast of eggs, bacon, mushrooms, tomatoes, and hash browns. Another healthy and artisan alternative is le pain quotidien who is a good place for breakfast, with fine coffee and home-baked bread.

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