Au Marché Noir
Au Marché Noir has a menu based on the daily deliveries from Belgian producers. Carefully selected by owners Martin and Jérome, Au Marché Noir offers only two, reasonably priced main dishes, both curated with attention to detail. The choices – one vegetarian, one with meat – are served on biodegradable take-away plates, but if you are lucky enough, you may find a palce to sit inside or outside.
Au Marché Noir, Avenue Adolphe Demeur 36, Brussels, Belgium
Le Prélude is located in a quiet oasis halfway between la Commune and la Prison de Saint-Gilles, it serves delicious locally-sourced food through an alternative formula: the Bento Bruxellois. Inspired by the Japanese bento box, Sophie – the owner – reworked this concept in a bio and organic sense. Each day, three different bentos are offered, changing according to the deliveries of the day and each of them containing a daily serving of cereals, proteins and vegetables.
Le Pélude, Rue Antoine Bréart 82, Brussels, Belgium