We will start off with La Mamma.In addition to a terrific Italian wine and grappa list, La Mamma features traditional Italian pasta and meat dishes. Many of their ingredients are imported from Italy and there are always seasonal menu selections. The portions are hearty too and you never quite make it to the scrumptious looking desserts.
The Menu at La Kasbah features tagines, couscous and grilled meats. You might choose to accompany some Moroccan wine with the food. The atmosphere is festive and the service is always friendly.
Jaloa itself offers a fine dining and a wonderful experience if you are looking to splurge. The restaurant seats 25 people and features attractive menus of four, six or nine courses.The Jaloa Brasserie is more cozy and gives youhigh quality food. The menu is a la carte with the exception of a monthly tasting menu.Both the restaurant and brasserie feature seasonal, local ingredients and have hidden terraces you can enjoy, during the warmer months.
If you are looking for a uniquely Brussels foodie experience, you absolutely can’t miss Noordzee. This seafood counter has no seats but that doesn’t stop locals from flocking into this ‘seafood bar’ at lunchtime. The fish soup is incredible and tastes even better on a cold day.