Fodor's Expert Review 't Kelderke
Head down into this 17th-century vaulted cellar restaurant (watch out for the low door frame) for traditional Belgian cuisine served at plain wooden tables. Mussels are the house specialty, but the stoemp et saucisses (mashed potatoes and sausages) are equally tasty. It's a popular place with locals and tourists, as it's open noon to midnight—but anything on the Grand Place is always going to be heaving with people. Like many restaurants in the center, Covid forced them to adopt a reservation system, so it's easier to grab a table than it used to be on busy nights.
Grand Place 15
Brussels, Brussels Capital 1000, Belgium
- Its atmospheric underground setting in the center of town
- A solid entry for sampling some Belgian classics
- Its rather touristy vibe, but don't be put off