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Brussels Travel Guide

Best Restaurants in Brussels

Dining is serious business in Belgium where both the French and Flemish consider themselves qualified food critiques. Besides enjoying the national dish, beer, which in Belgium is thick enough to qualify as a full meal, eating out in Brussels leaves both food snobs licking their lips and the hungry patting their bellies. Known for large portions which don''t skimp on quality, even cheap dining is held to a high standard. This all bodes well for hungry travellers on a budget although it would be a shame to miss some of the most well regarded, if expensive, of Brussels'' restaurants. For quick eats, embrace street side cafés where Belgium waffles (not only in the morning), chocolate, French fries and beer all make great snacks. The fine dining usually revolves around French cuisine but not to be missed is the Flemish stew waterzooï, which translated to ''watery mess'' is better than it sounds, and mussels with chips. Brussels restaurants are generously sprinkled about the city''s districts but several fine dining clusters are close to de Broukére or many options surrounding the Grand Place. A service charge is included in the bill but great service is often rewarded.

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