Le Gourmet


Pleasant restaurant close to the abbey.Very good home-made products.The trio foie gras seared, half cooked and magret home fumet is superb.Good meat, civet evening deer and rib eye, tasty and well cooked. Good advice for wines. Service very friendly.

Place du Beguinage 6Bruxelles 1000, Belgique
+32 2 223 33 40

Tram Experience



How do you fancy boarding a tram that has been fully decked out as a modern gourmet restaurant? Aboard you will be served a three-course meal put together by top chefs from some of the best gourmet food cities of the world, whilst you tour Brussels by night for two hours.

An original way to dine and do some sightseeing at the same time!

For its fourth season, Tram Experience invites you to discover the cuisine of the greatest women chefs in Belgium and from a variety of other regions, such as Mexico, Scandinavia and South Africa.

From now on, you will be able to opt for one of their two menus: « Tram » menu 6 courses (3 appetizers, starter, main course, dessert) or the « Experience » menu 7 courses (with an extra starter) – available on Fridays only.The 6 courses menu tour takes about 2h, and the 7 menu courses menu only available on friday takes about 2h45.

Furthermore, Tram Experience is remarkably sponsored by top chef Lionel Rigolet who brings along rigour and expert knowledge, the hallmarks of a two-starred chef at the helm of one of the most prestigious culinary institutions: Comme Chez Soi.

Seven tours are offered each week. All tours depart from Poelaert Square.
– Tuesday* :  8:00 PM
– Wednesday* :  8:00 PM
– Thursday*:  8:00 PM
– Friday:  8:00 PM
– Saturday : 6:30 PM & 9:30 PM
– Sunday:
> 7:00 PM (from 21 August to 4 Oktober 2015 and from 29 May to 17 July 2016)
> 12:00 PM (from 11 Oktober 2015 to 22 May 2016)

Due to the amount of people that would like to try this experience and the limited places (34 seats in total) , booking a few days in advance is nearly an obligation.
There are 2 ways to book you tram experience:
-You can either go to one of their offices on grand place,or on Rue Royale 2-4, or you can book online (payment by credit or bank card only).

For more information, visit their website , or as usual dont hesitate to ask our staff.


Aux Beaumes de Venise


The name of  the restaurant is related to: « the baumes of venice » , a delicious soft white muscatel wine . In contrast of what the name could suggest,  the wine isn’t from venice, but from a village in the vaucluse (south of france) , called baumes de venise.

This wine also exists in red and suits particularly well to the dishes the chef prepares in the restaurant.

Aux Beaumes de Venise is an elegant, Parisian brasserie-styled restaurant with a warm and friendly setting in Ixelles, close to place Brugmann.

With its veranda and little garden, it is the perfect spot for a dinner together. It serves refined, seasonal French cuisine, prepared by the chef and accompanied by the wines recommended by his wife.
With 15 years of experience and mentions in the Michelin and Delta Guides, Sabine, Abdel Bouassab and their team deliver gastronomic French cuisine for the most demanding palates.

A surprising list of wines has been selected to accompany the dishes by friend and « first sommelier of Belgium » Yves Catulle.

Their menu changes each month.
It is open from Tuesday to Saturday, lunchtime and evening.
More information is available by our staff, or visit their website (in french only).



Le mucha


Situated in a quit neighborhood in the east of brussels , and in an atmosphere of a restaurant from the early 1900, the mucha restaurant proposes  » french bourgeois cuisine »  and some italian dishes.

The seasonal suggestions changes each 6 weeks as well as  their 3 services menu (34,50€ or 53,50€ with the aperitif, a 1/2 bottle of wine, and coffee).

When the weather allows it, they have a quiet and very pleasant terrace.


Museum of Music Instruments


Just a few steps away from Magritte museum or the royal palace you will find the museum of music instruments.

Housed in a beautiful art nouveau structure of which one part is Art Nouveau and the other, neoclassical in design, the museum exposes on 4 floors more than 7000 musical instruments including everything from the bizarre to the beautiful.

In addition the museum of musical instruments has a concert hall, a space for workshops (for groups and by reservation only), a museum shop, a library and a rooftop restaurant, from where the breathtaking view over the city gives a unique flavour to the menu. Since May 2015, violin maker Thomas Meuwissen established a permanent workshop, freely accessible to all.

Don’t miss a trip to the top of the structure where you can get a magnificent panorama of Brussels!

(For extra information you may consult their website , but as usual our team will be very glad to help you )