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During the EuroCup madness, a group of friends and I manage to stake out a standing table outside with a view of the match.

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Open since May 2011, Ellis Gourmet Burger is the applause-worthy initiative of six friends who recognised the lack of quality (read: non-fast food) hamburgers in Brussels.

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Leen De Leener and Willy Roelandts have been making chocolate since 1978 when the couple took over a little artisanal shop in the Koekelberg commune of Brussels.

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Obviously, I refer first and foremost to the bagel. Although the Jewish community of Antwerp provides a refuge for some, the bagel battle in Brussels is a bitter one.

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In order to compensate for my dwindling meat consumption, I’ve been exploring the strange, new world of health food stores and vegetarian restaurants. And I’m quite enjoying the journey.

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For the best beans, they go to the mother country of all coffee: Ethiopia. Aksum roasts the beans daily on site, and you can even take a few bags of it home with you.

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De Markten is, in the first instance, Brussels’ Dutch-language community centre. It is also, we gladly discover, the perfect lunch spot.

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We order Ethiopian beer (a malty lager from St George Brewery in Addis Ababa), a glass of red wine and a couple of house cocktails made with honey and fresh pineapple juice and sit back to take in

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Myny, who grew up in Dilbeek, just outside of Brussels, learned to cook in his grandmother’s kitchen.

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