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In a small alley of Brussels, there is Yeti, a charming canteen opened by Max, former nutrition coach and hypnotist.

The luminous space offers large host tables, an open kitchen, and organic products.

On the menu, you will discover funny alternatives to the traditional club sandwiche such as the goat-beet cream-sesame bread and the sloppy Joe, a bun filled with boiled meat.

But the most important thing is that Yeti is not only a bio restaurant. It is also a philosophy: he is involved in the “waiting coffee project” (you can buy a coffee to someone who can not afford it), and makes prices to the poorest ones.

On Sunday, Yeti offers a delicious brunch composed of a hot drink, freshly squeezed orange juice, eggs, bacon, yogurt and granola, fruit salad … and amazing pancakes!

I am looking forward to tasting its bio bentos soon!

I like:

  1. The healthy and original low key menu ;
  2. Yeti’s social initiatives;
  3. The pancakes to die for!


4-6 Bon Secours street
1000 Brussels
02 502 24 26
Open Tuesday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm
Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm

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Amélie Vincent

Phone: +32 (0) 477 / 66.24.18


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