Visited the 26th September 2014 with friends. This place is more a tourist restaurant than a beer spot. On a plenty street of restaurant Chez Léon looks different and more conventional. The restaurant is like a Brasserie and the service is friendly and efficient. About the food, I recommend the Mussels with cream or butter. Very nice! Price are little bit high but for a tourist place it looks normal. About the beer selection... nothing to say, because it’s not a beer spot. Nothing special and just common belgium beer on tap. This is a good place to visit in Brussels for the mussels but not for the beer. It must not be on Ratebeer !
As a food pale I guess it’s okay for a tourist trap street. Beer wise it’s mediocre though they do have the leon beer which I assume is exclusive and not that great. One of the few places I’ve seen where you can get a decent beer and eat horse meat so that’s unique I guess.
Countbeer (259) Best of E-Town mit 2 Brauhausen, Netherlands | July 13, 2015
Tourist trap! Move on! Way better restaurants and beers bars to be found in the centre of Brussels!
Not a beer bar. Just a nice restaurant with good food and a couple of decent beers. That’s it. Probably shouldn’t be here.
kermis (481) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | January 25, 2015
Popular tourist restaurant in Brussels tourist centrum restaurant district. Like everywhere else around Rue des Bouchers the food is certainly edible but as others have said it is not in any way a beer destination and presents yet another waste of place space in the Ratebeer database..
This place should be removed from ratebeer but someone who add it back. This restaurant is located on the most crowded pedestrian street of the touristy part of Brussels. Just a few steps away from Delirium Café. It was a nice sunny day and after a few drinks at Delirium the girlfriend wanted to eat outside on this lively street. The food was not expensive and we got what we paid for. We were early birds so maybe it gets a bit more pricy later at night. Beer list is something you will find in just about ALL Belgian restaurants. Typical basic trappists and “true” exotic Belgian beers like Leffe. Whatever. The only fun part was watching the owners of all the different restaurants (all non-belgian) talk to each other constantly across the street. There’s a little community going on there. Don’t let your girlfriend talk you into eating on this street because it is so lively. Be a man and stand your ground. Unlike me.
Mas que nada un restaurante... Y muy Bueno!!
El ambiente es de un típico restaurante enclavado en pleno centro de Bruselas...
La selección de cervezas no es fabulosa, aun que el probar la cerveza del restaurante, llamada Leon, o el degustar una deliciosa Judas, con mejillones, no tiene nombre...
La comida es simplemente fabulosa, y existe un buen balance entre calidad y precio.
Un excelente restaurante con venta de algunas buenas etiquetas cervezeras...