KAMO (New place) - BRUSSELS

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Near the Ixelles Cemetery, there used to be Kamo. The only Michelin starred Japanese restaurant in Brussels. 

Today, Kamo has moved to a different place and we are even more in love with its new decor, and its tasty meals.

I could talk about Kamo for hours because it is one of my favorite Japanese restaurants in Brussels, both for lunch and for dinner.

Kamo has no Japanese neon lights, but a wooden decor and a nice counter to watch the chef and his team prepare wonders with dexterity, attention to detail and delight.

When I go to Kamo for lunch, I choose Kaisendon menu: a delicious rice bowl topped with various raw fish, cucumber and salmon roe, served with a sesame sauce … Trust me, it’s to die for!

For dinner, Kamo has 3 menus: a sushi-sashimi menu (50 euros), a discovery menu (65 euros) and a tasting menu (85 euros).

Some people will notice the prices have slightly increased, but this place is still my Japanese treasure that I keep in my Brussels favorites.

Do not forget to book because the place is very popular.

I love:

  1. The atmosphere of the place;
  2. The Kaisendon;
  3. The Umeshu (plum wine);
  4. The wonderful sushi platter.

Kamo (1*)

Chaussée de Waterloo, 550a
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)
02 648 78 48

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