Intimate Restaurants in Brussels

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Brussels may be most famous as the capital of Belgium and the political centre of the European Union, but it’s not all serious business there. There’s a lot of architectural beauty there and it’s also renowned for its food. All of that makes it a wonderful place to visit for a sexy trip with a Brussels high-class escort, with parks to stroll through and lots of museums and shops to browse. But when it’s time to find somewhere to eat in the evening, where can you spend a nice time with a VIP travel escort with good food and romantic surroundings? Here’s our guide to the best intimate restaurants in Brussels.

L’Idiot du village

Yes, the first intimate, romantic restaurant on our list is called The Village Idiot, but bear with us. It’s a quirky and charming little place to eat, with mismatched crockery, but there’s nothing idiotic about the food, which is divine. So much so, in fact, that you can’t expect to just walk up and get a table, so this is one place you really need to book ahead for. But it’s well worth it.

Comme Chez Soi

Another restaurant you’ll need to book in advance, this is a famous name in the Brussels cuisine scene and only seats 40 people in its Art Nouveau dining room, so it’s certainly intimate and there’s also private rooms if you really want intimacy. The food is French haute cuisine by chef Lionel Rigolet and you can see it being prepared while you wait and chat if you take one of the tables in the kitchen itself. Of course, the prices are high, but the quality of the food is even higher.

Bon-Bon

Another 40-seater restaurant, Bon-Bon is well-known for the cuisine of chef Christophe Hardiquest and his habit of selecting the menu for each day dependent on what he finds at the marketplace that morning. So while you might not know much in advance of what you’ll be eating, you can guarantee it was a night for the two of you to remember.

Sea Grill Yves Mattagne

If seafood is more your kind of thing, this intimate little restaurant in the Radisson Edwardian hotel in Brussels is a must-see. Chef Yves Mattagne is famous for his Homard à la Presse – a lobster press that he’ll bring to your table to create a mousse to go with your meal. It’s a delightful, theatrical and tasty way to enjoy a romantic meal.

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