Huge selection with a quite few tourist -centered beers, but also something for the beer geek to enjoy. Ambiance is good and the small distance between tables makes it easy to make friends. Free all-you-can-eat munchies are served to you without asking as long as you continue drinking beer. Original place, I like.
Full of tourists and hanging things, it is still worth finding. The bar is upstairs the toilets and puppet theater downstairs.
The drinking area is cramped, but fun, the ceiling being full of dangling bits adds to the feeling of overcrowding. However the beer choice is above average for a purely tourist pub. The quality of the beers were fine on each visit.
If going to see a little boy with his penis out having a pee is your thing, you may as well cross the junction and have a beer in this place!
Always stop here when in Brussels. Sometimes difficult to get a seat but once you do it is difficult to leave. Great selection at reasonable prices. Always seem to have a De la Senne on draught too. Food is pretty damn good too. Not so much fun sitting downstairs, but still nice. They always seem to be recommending St Bernadus Wit to people. Very comfortable to pass some time in.
Not the worst place to hang out, especially that close to the Grote Markt. Beer list is not that original or impressive though. Service can be slow by times, especially if you sit outside on the terrace.
The bar across the manneken Pis may be touristy, but it’s a comfortable corner bar where stepping in for a beer feels like the most natural thing to do in the world. The heavily decorated themed interior is certainly worth a look too. When we were there, the taps were all dry, relatively hoppy Belgian blondes, exactly my type of ales and I went straight for that. The bottle selection is good for the location, but not especially spectacular for a Belgian café on Ratebeer. Its location kinda makes it a must-stop if you’re in Brussels and not too rushed, unless you’ve been here a few times before.