Fodor's Expert Review Grand Cafe Horta
The iron framework of the 19th-century Maison du Peuple, a building designed by famed art nouveau architect Victor Horta, supports this brasserie. It siphons a hip crowd from trendy Hopland Street and keeps a sunny feel with large mustard-yellow industrial beams and windows all around. The kitchen sends out brasserie favorites like Aberdeen Angus rib steak and frites, as well as tempting contemporary dishes with lighter wraps, bagels, and salad options for lunch.
Antwerp, Flanders 2000, Belgium
- A bright and airy spot to rest your feet grab a bite while shopping
- A wonderful setting within a fabulous Victor Horta–designed building