Fodor's Expert Review Fin de Siecle

$$ Lower Town Belgian
Despite the lack of a website, no reservations, and minimal signage, Fin de Siecle holds to that peculiarly obstinate breed of restaurant that flourishes despite itself. Its brown interior, big communal tables, and hearty cooking–-stews smothered in beer-infused gravy, sausages atop heaving mountains of mash, and the odd North African influence–-has ensured a healthy popularity and lively spirit. In a city of old-school estaminets trying to out-tradition each other, Fin de Siecle is the eccentric granddaddy of them all.
Belgian Lively Lunch Dinner $$

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Rue des Chartreux 9
Brussels, Brussels Capital  1000, Belgium


Known For:
  • Old-fashioned Flemish cooking in a traditional brown café
  • A great beer selection

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