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There is no shortage of places to eat or drink on Place Flagey. One of the most vibrant and hip areas of Brussels, Flagey is characterized by the iconic Art Deco Maison de la Radio, the nearby Etangs d’Ixelles and possibly the most famous ‘Fritkot’ in the whole of Brussels. The adjacent Rue Lesbroussart is also steadily gaining the reputation of being the tastiest street in Brussels, making Flagey an unmissable destination for foodies.
Those in search of mouthwatering gourmet burgers need look no further. Les Super Filles du Tram will appeal to even the most exacting burger fans, with their varied and delicious menu (mushroom, truffle oil and parmesan topping, anyone?), and they even do brunch on Sundays.
Address: 22 Rue Lesbroussart, Brussels, Belgium, +32 2 648 46 60
Chef Georges Baghdi Sar aims to introduce his customers to the complex and delectable traditions of his native Syrian cuisine. The C’Chicounou is a real family business, with tapas-style food lovingly prepared by Georges himself, his mother and his grandmother. The artichoke, in particular, is one of the reasons food lovers keep returning to this place.
Address: 29 Rue de la Levure, Brussels, Belgium, +32 2 644 10 25