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3 Michelin Starred Restaurants Worth Going to Brussels for!

The capital of Belgium and home to many historical and architectural landmarks, Brussels has so much to offer than just to the eye. People come here from far and wide to taste its famous chocolates and beers, but let me tell you the gastronomic experience hidden in the dwindling streets is nothing you can ever imagine!

Updated: 13 November 2019

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We are here to tell you about the top 3 Michelin Star restaurants worth going to Brussels for!

 

1. La Truffe Noire

Within the vicinity of Venezuelan Embassy – an ideal location frequently visited by high-powered officials and diplomats, La Truffe Noire has been in business for the past 3 decades and has made many innovative yet delicious revampings of the eatable diamond called truffles. Headed by Chef and founder Luigi Ciciriello this restaurant has gained its first Michelin Star ever.

From terrace to private dining or a separate lounge for smokers, they have it all. But choose their terrace setting if you want to fully relish this city’s bustling roads and serene skies.

Their Vegan Rhapsody is a special menu for all the vegetarians. Order their delicately made ravioli stuffed with truffles and butternut – yum!

2. Alexandre Restaurant

Set in a contemporary but cozy surrounding, Alexandre is a modern restaurant that has been running for more than ten years but quite recently obtained its first Michelin Star under the guidance of the talented Chef Alexandre Dionisio. It is situated in the busy Rue du Midi of Brussels.

The place is burnished in rich timber furniture and counter tops shining under the glaring yellow lights. In this spacious venue, they also feature a full bar making it perfect for casual late-night meals or fancy family get-together’s. The main attraction of this restaurant is their wine-pairings with beautifully crafted french food. They have something for everyone on their versatile menu including tons of vegan meal options!

3. humus x Hortense

 Michelin-Star vegan restaurant, humus x Hortense, takes you on a fun and exciting secluded culinary journey with all the gastronomic feels. Chef Nicolas Decloedt and his team brings you the best vegetarian meals one can expect.

This distinctive bohemian restaurant has an aesthetically pleasing white-background and ceramic plant pots displayed on its shelves. Choose a seat near the corner of the lofty windows and take pictures of their instagrammable mouth-watering dishes. It is only a minute away from the Théâtre Marni – a studio of performing arts that has outstanding shows every night.

Their organic cocktails have created a lot of buzzes around the city. These are prepared by a team of mixologists using leftover vegetables and herbs. Hence this waste-free restaurant provides eco-friendly deliciously tasting beers and wines. Not to mention their vegan desserts are just beyond perfection!

All these restaurants hold a special place in Brussels comestible voyage. Try each one of them out to feel the same as we do!

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