A classic address in the neighborhood, Le Brasero has been around for ages, but in recent years it has returned to its roots with delicious Franco-Belgian cuisine and grilled meat. The menu changes around every two weeks, so the food stays endlessly varied.
From father to son, De Maurice à Olivier incarnates the wisdom and love of food passed on from one generation to the next. A real treat for gourmands, the cuisine is inspired by the seasons, with the game menu in autumn as a special highlight.
The absolutely amazing Cook & Book combines two of the best things in the world – bookshops and restaurants. And it succeeds at both splendidly; there are several rooms (each with a different theme) concentrating on comic books, travel, art, music, kids’ literature, you name it. And those rooms aren’t just rooms either; there is a minivan in the travel section, a fiat in the cookbook section, and the gardening section is built like a greenhouse.
Another great address for Italian food in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, Osteria Il Gusto Italiano is especially famous for its extensive selection of Italian wines, which match perfectly with every dish. The food is just as great, and customers even have the option of trying a dégustation menu so you don’t miss out on anything.
This is the place to be for Japanese food in the neighborhood. Not only is the price-to-quality ratio very good, the staff is also extremely friendly and efficient. Yama Sushi is one of those neighborhood staples that you keep returning to time and time again.
Not only is the French-inspired cuisine of the Moulin de Lindekemale excellent and refined, the setting is absolutely beautiful, as it is located in the historical Lindekemale Mill, which dates back to the 12th century. With its terrace located next to the idyllic stream passing the mill, this is an original and high-quality address to dine at.