Brussels is brimming with hip and unique catering establishments. You don’t have to look far in the city for a delicious brunch. Discover our favorite addresses for brunch in Brussels here.
Also read: These are the hippest addresses for brunch in Antwerp.
La Fabrique en Ville
La Fabrique en Ville is located in a small oasis of tranquility a few steps from the Avenue de la Toison d’Or. The lamps hanging from the ceiling, the white and wicker chairs that don’t match and the many plants give this place a unique character. Brunch is prepared every Saturday, Sunday and public holiday from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm. The chef creates everything on site with fresh products, ranging from fruit salads, sandwiches, pastries, muesli, granola, pancakes with salted butter caramel lemon curd, scrambled eggs, cheeses, charcuterie… In short, all the things for a delicious brunch, and all for just €29 per person. Don’t forget to make a reservation!
Avenue de Waterloo 44, 1000 Brussels. More info on the website.
Poz is a brand new address for brunch in Brussels. Savory toast, all kinds of pancakes (sweet and savory, ultra soft or fruity), coffee, smoothies, lemonades… You’re sure to find what you’re looking for. The brunch formula costs € 24.90 at the weekend, the service is cordial and the interior very Instagrammable, what more could you want? You should definitely try this hotspot if you want to have brunch in Brussels.
Rue Defacqz 92, 1060 Saint-Gilles. More info on the Instagram page.
Le Chatelain Brussels Hotel
If we have to describe the brunch of Le Châtelain Brussels Hotel in one word, it is ‘extensive’. You will find all kinds of fruit – from watermelon to dragon fruit and passion fruit – on the menu, first also an assortment of cheeses, beef carpaccio with parmesan cheese, smoked salmon, sweet potatoes, a thousand and one salads, gourmet desserts… A home mecca for foodies where bubbles and homemade lemonades come together. In addition to the buffet, you can also order eggs to your heart’s content, in all different preparation methods: Benedicte, scrambled eggs or other. Brunch takes place every first Sunday of the month and costs €45 per person. Not cheap, but you get a lot in return. Reservation is required!
Rue des Châtelains 17, 1000 Brussels. More info on the website.
Crème Brussels’ menu is based on the Australian lifestyle and cuisine and is the go-to address for gourmets in Brussels. Why? Because you eat toast and pancakes all day long, even long after the official brunch hour. Besides the menu and the extra brunch options, you can also enjoy tasty coffee and homemade cakes/biscuits, with fixed other options.
Rue Rollebeek 30, 1000 Brussels. More info on the website.
The concept of brunch at Garage-à-Manger is simple: There is one fixed formula and you are supposed to eat your entire plate. On the menu: a hearty buffet with often a soup of the day, an assortment of cold meats (smoked sausage, confit pork belly…), soft-boiled eggs at a low temperature, various salads, and a sweet buffet with pastries, homemade spreads, homemade granola, fruit… All in the typical Garage-à-Manger atmosphere, which means… in a garage, of course! It is located on the former Pêle-Mêle in Ixelles. The price is €25 per adult for brunch and €32 if you have a glass of bubbly mimosa wilt.
Rue Washington 185, 1050 Ixelles. More info on the website.
You can also have brunch all day long at Woodpecker. The menu includes savory waffles, poached eggs, soup of the day, açai bowl, daily salads, savory muffins, but also homemade lemonades, fresh juices and smoothies with a thousand and one original flavors. There are several Woodpecker branches in our capital. Count on about € 20 for a dish and a drink.
More info on the website.
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