Pipaillon - Brussels

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I was walking through Place Sainte Catherine recently, and I discovered a new treasure: Pipaillon – La Conserverie.

I got into this little place curious about all cans that were exposed on its walls, and I discovered inside a cute tea room with lots of good things to eat.

You can stop by there and begin your day with a delicious coffee and some Charli breads (that I adore!) – with homemade jams of course – or have a tapas plate with olive and tomatoes tapenade, a goat cheese and honey tart, and a creamy Burrata with seasonal vegetables.

Finally, if you end up like me charmed by this original location, you can take away home a few jars of garlic and olive oil confit, carrot, celery and thyme soup or red plum, earl grey and black pepper jam.

I love:

  1. The cute identity of the place;
  2. The yummy breakfast with delicious bread, jam and coffee, which is still rare in Brussels;
  3. To have a light tapas plate for lunch with an homemade iced tea;
  4. All cans made in the workshop at the back of the store.

Pipaillon – La Conserverie

Quai au Bois à brûler, 11/13
1000 Brussels
Open from Monday to Friday from 8.30 am to 6 pm
Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm

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