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In the center of Brussels, there is Delicatessen.

In the friendly atmosphere of this neighborhood and a 50’s decor, you go there to compose your quinoa and sunflower seeds salad at lunch.

In the evening, white tablecloths and candles are set on the tables, and Jacques-Olivier, former chef at Switch restaurant, takes place in the open kitchen.

The cuisine is delicious, made with seasonal products, and sublimated with care : quinoa and bulgur with chestnuts and pancetta, carpaccio of monkfish with mango, Charolais matured sirloin, scallops with pumpkin and truffles … With a special crush on the poached pear and caramel shortbread!

Everything is homemade, including bread, shortbread and ginger–lemon marshmallow.

A gastronomic discovery at an affordable price!

I love :

  1. The story of the meeting of two partners, Jordan and Jacques, at Jordan’s former cheese shop Place Sainte Catherine;
  2. The chill out atmosphere during day time, and the more sophisticated metamorphosis in the evening;
  3. The originality of the Spritz with “Appenzeller”, a Swiss alcohol made of 42 plants (good for health) ;
  4. The evening seasonable menu at reasonable price (35 euros/45 euros) ;
  5. The sympathy of the team;
  6. The short and well chosen wine list.


Rue Sainte Catherine, 17-19

1000 Brussels (center)

02 324 78 79

Salad bar, coffee and cake:
 Open Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm

 Open Wednesday to Saturday from 7 pm to 10 pm

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Amélie Vincent

Phone: +32 (0) 477 / 66.24.18


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