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Brussel’s Most Popular Breakfast Spots

Popularly known among visitors for their chocolate and beer, Brussels has made a name for itself among the food and beverage industry. While there may be plenty of tourist attractions for you to see, there are still plenty of ways to explore the Belgian culture, especially through food. Now if you are planning on making the most of your travels, grab a heavy breakfast meal at one of these spots and be energised throughout the day.

Boulangerie Charli

Inspired by the French and their avid love for baking, the Boulangerie Charli is a one-stop shop to satisfy your French cravings. You can choose from a wide range of freshly baked bread, tea, coffee, pastries, homemade jams and cakes. The fresh aroma of baked goods makes it a popular spot among locals and visitors.

Les Filles - Plaisirs Culinaires

Les Filles - Plaisirs Culinaires is the place to be in Brussels every Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 4pm. The all you can eat buffet is laid out carefully for you to enjoy these freshly cooked meals. They also offer up different lunch menu options throughout the week, along with breakfast that changes as well. 

La Clef D’Or

Located in the Marolles district on the Jeu de Balle market square in Brussels, the cafe is a haven and a perfect hangover cure for late night party goers in the city. La Clef D’Or offers up hearty breakfast meals from 5am in the morning including eggs on toast, homemade meatloaf on bread and even steak tartare on toast with pickles. Breakfast meals are served daily till 5pm.

Maison Dandoy Tea Room

Maison Dandoy Tea Rooms opens its doors to the public at 11am and offers up some delicious and hearty meals to keep you going throughout the day. The cafe has been using 100% natural ingredients since 1829 and provides the best waffles in town. It is also a short walking distance from the famous Manneken Pis Statue. 

EXKi Bourse

This is one of the many food restaurants in the city that focuses on the environment and using fair-trade organic products. The breakfast options include salads, fresh fruits, sandwiches, quiche, tea and coffee along with some freshly baked bread and cake as you admire the view of the Brussels Stock Exchange.

Grab your walking shoes and get set to have some hearty meals in the restaurant or on-the-go when you wander through Brussels.

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