The interior is a bit "bistrot" and chaotic, but at least we are out of the most touristic center; the music selection may be particular, but it’s very good, also crossing styles. The 5 beers on draught could be extended, and the hidden bag-in-box lambic made more evident, but the bottle list is respectable; there are no big whales, but a very good selection of no-nonsense Belgian ales, many of those new and modern; the prices are decent. Although I liked the croque monsieur (toast sandwich), I think that 10€ is too much.
Large restaurant with smaller bar up front, nice corner location, lots of old beer memorabilia. Service was solid, as good as it gets in a place where they aren’t getting tipped. Great bottle list, like a book of all the Belgian favorites. Food was pretty damn good, but a little pricey compared to other spots in town. Great place for dinner.
Good beer cafe with a pretty decent range on the menu, definitely better than the norm. Food does a job, lityle more. Service nice enough. Sad that it was almost completely empty the evening I visited, felt a bit weird and the room was a bit sterile.
I have been here many times, but never rated the place. Good luck finding it if you are coming from Central Station. There is a very nice bar in the back with a dozen or so stools and a restaurant in the front. There are only 4 taps at the bar, but a ton of bottles. Nice selection of lambics and usually a couple rare beers. A lo of small Belgian breweries are represented here.
Fairly big beer bar, also serving food. Good tap selection with some modern craft brews from Belgian brewers. Nice. Bottle list is nice too, with lots to choose from even though most is quite well known. Professional, quick service. Well thought out interior, little cheese but clean. Pretty quiet actually when I was there (Tuesday afternoon). Probably find a few ticks here. Nice bar, prices are okay. Nothing special for Brussels though, if not for the good tap list.