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The Best Brunch Spots In Matongé, Brussels

The Best Brunch Spots In Matongé, Brussels

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Updated: 1 November 2016
Brussels‘ brunch and breakfast scene has been growing exponentially over the past years, as the city is undergoing an overall make-over which cannot pass unnoticed. The neighborhood of Matongé has blossomed as it now offers all sorts of dining options for lazy weekends. Here are the best spots to indulge in a top-notch breakfast in Matongé, Brussels.

 

Mellow

Although it has been serving customized frozen yogurts and fresh juices for some time, Mellow is slowly but steadily broadening its offer. Beyond the frozen yogurt topped with fresh seasonal fruits, chipped biscuits, nuts and syrups, Mellow offers brunch options which stand out from the usual all-you-can-eat formula. Sunday is pancake day, and these can come either sweet, with various fillings (chocolate, banana, speculaas, blueberry) or savory, in many different colors (spinach, red pepper or natural). Simply choose your toppings, add some extras and wash it all down with a  fresh smoothie, yogurt shake or delicious coffee.

Mellow, Place de Londres 10, 1050 Ixelles, Belgium, +32 475 87 44 06

Mellow | Courtesy of Ilaria d’Auria

 

Stam

This cozy bistro offers its guests a taste of Europe in the atmosphere of a typical Belgian brasserie. Pick your treat from the blackboard depending on what range of flavors you prefer, from British to Swedish, American to Brusseleir. Those with a sweet tooth can try something from the dessert fridge. On weekdays they have a breakfast deal including a pastry with freshly brewed coffee and orange juice.

Stam, Rue Bouré, 1, 1050 Brussels, Belgium

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Little Tokyo

Little Tokyo  offers a haven of zen for your Sunday morning soft awakenings. This Japanese canteen in the heart of Matongé stands out for its ability to merge a laid back atmosphere with Asian decor and a taste of Belgian brasserie. Every Sunday, you can enjoy the all-you-can-eat brunch menu which offers a mix of the classic eggs, bacon and pancakes fused with Japanese flavors, such as sweet potatoes seasoned with wasabi, grilled octopus or smoked salmon salad. Included in the formula is also a donburi, a traditional Japanese dish which serves fish meat or veggies with steamed sticky rice. Wash it all down with homemade bissap or iced tea.

Little Tokyo, 15 rue Saint-Boniface, 1050 Ixelles, Belgium 

 

L’Ultime Atome

L’Ultime Atome serves classical food and many different beers (92 types, 10 of which are served on tap). Guests can choose between 4 brunch options: Caveman, Surfboy, Chikadee and Roots. They all include drinks as well as sweet options such as the unmissable pancakes, fruit, yogurt and muesli, topped with salty variations for those who love fish (smoked salmon and grilled vegetables), meat (typical Belgian meatball, bacon and beans), tradition (scrambled eggs and bacon) or veggie (goat cheese and salad).

L’Ultime Atome, 14, Rue Saint-Boniface, 1050 Elsene, Brabant, Belgium, +32 2 513 48 84 

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Le Clan Des Belges

On Sundays, Le Clan des Belges offers two options for its brunch: one sweet and one savory. Menu highlight include eggs Benedict, chicken salad, 100% beef cheeseburger and smoked salmon. Included in the price is also the possibility to pick from the fresh bread and pastries basket, which comes with marmalade and chocolate cream. And if you still have some room left, choose between the milkshake of the day, a fresh fruit salad or a chocolate moelleux.

RLe Clan des Belges, Rue de la Paix 20, Vredestraat, 1050 Ixelles, Belgium, +32 2 511 11 21

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