Chicago Café is the newest spot that has been opened a couple of days ago in the trendy Rue de Flandre.
The owners of Houtsiplou restaurant on Place Rouppe settled down in this former furniture store, and gave a second life to to old theater seats and vintage furniture.
On the simple menu of this arty and vintage restaurant, you will find basic food such as burgers, quesadillas, baked potatoes and prawn croquettes.
If you stop by for breakfast, you may opt for fried eggs and freshly squeezed fruit juice to start the day.
Chicago Café is a welcoming and wide space downtown Brussels for an informal lunch, especially for families with children.