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La Piola II is a welcome addition to an area already rife with cosy, reliable restaurants for Brussels’ bobo set.
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Fashion retailer Smets’ commercial empire encompasses 21 shops in its native Luxembourg, which makes its sole holding in Belgium seem a bit of an outpost.
Tucked down a cobbled street a few steps from the Grand Sablon, Soul offers the conscientious diner food to warm body and spirit.
A toukoul is a small house built by women from the Afar ethnic group of Ethiopia.
There is a reason, however, why Sjo d’O was the only place around Brussels that the 2012 Michelin Guide added to its Bib Gourmand list of best
The no-frills interior, with sparsely decorated green walls, a long wooden bar and a heavy curtain at the door to keep the draughts out, makes for a cosy, relaxed atmosphere.