A lovely interior and maybe a bit too upmarket for some. Beer wise not a huge list but enough to keep me entertained. Both obscure beers I drank were excellent quality. Definitely worth a stop if in the area.
Nice bar with a beautiful interior. However i was asked to sit at a two person table and leave the 4 person table free. (Which I understand, but it is a bit weird if there are 3 persons in the whole bar and until i finished there were 6 more people coming and the bar has a second floor.)
The service was professional, but quite distant and left a bit of an elitist impression. If you are in the area, the bar is interesting concerning its architecture (Jugendstil) but the selection is rather a standard solid beer bar. (Not bad, but not outstanding for brussels)
Short walk from Brussels South station with nearby metro stations & far more interesting options nearby. This place is basically a restaurant with an extended menu of about 80 beers. Interior is gorgeous reminiscent of the work of Hector Guimard & Théophile Steinlen, not sure what the correct terms design terms are. Food seemed well prized but beers were expensive in my opinion. People were eating Belgian styled dishes, meat, gravy, croquettes,… I didn’t eat anything here & I don’t eat those kinds of things anyway so I cannot judge there. I think that this place is more interesting as a restaurant than a bar. They have about 80 beers but pretty much all of them are common & a bit expensive. Only interesting thing here is that they have Jandrain-Jandrenouille beer which was new to me & was okay overall. I would say maybe get that beer & check out their gorgeous interior before walking to Malt Attacks, Moeder Lambiek, Beerstorming or Bar Dynamo. Or dine here, I don’t know but as a bar I wouldn’t really recommend it. Service was standard.
Situated around 5-10 mins from Midi station this is a fantastic looking place, a large spiral staircase in the centre of the room and lots of wooden panelling and seating around the room.
The beer range isn’t that exciting, the food looked good although didn’t try any. Just a nice place to have a relaxing beer and people watch.
A nice place although probably not for the hardcore rater.
(Visited July 2012) Quite a nice beer café located in Saint-Gille, south of the city center. Magnificent interior in impressive art nouveau style. A few draught beers and a good selection of bottled beers. Not much rare stuff, but some well selected beers. Swift and efficient service and a calm and soothing atmosphere makes it worth a stop if you’re in the area.