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Restaurants in Brussels

Restaurants in Brussels are diverse due to the city’s large immigrant population, with classic European cuisines and foods from all over the world right next door to each other. For some original mussels from Brussels, head over to Bij Den Boer, which serves up some of the best seafood in a city that does mussels like New England does clams. For a taste of the world brought to Belgium by its coterie of African immigrants, look to the Matonge district. You’ll find restaurants like Kanodou Resto that are preparing dishes such as shrimp fritters, meat with couscous, and ostrich steak.

Brussels restaurants can also accommodate a taste for classic Belgian fare. La Quicaillerie, on Rue du Page, is a converted hardware store that provides great Belgian food—think fresh seafood—in an edgy environment. The international crowd and lounge bar downstairs has garnered a great reputation. Arcadi is a budget-friendly bistro that’s open for every meal of the day, and also dessert. Here, find plenty of locals dining on omelets, quiches, sweet and savory tarts, and, of course, waffles.

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