Belga Queen

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32 Wolvengracht, Brussels, Belgium
Belga Queen - Eating in a living room
Belga Queen - The Belga Queen is housed in a former bank building
Belga Queen - Cool Blue Bar
Belga Queen - Don't worry, the doors frost over when closed!

Belga Queen Brussels Reviews

Savasis Savasis
2 reviews
So nice restaurant... Jul 16, 2011
Very nice restaurant in Brussels..... Especially the lobster and sea food was marvellous... You can also have some very good wine with a nice music... Also the inside decoration is very attractive...Definitely shoul be tried.....
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Chokk Chokk
1730 reviews
Dec 14, 2006
If you are comming to Brussels and are looking for a good meal in some very fashionable surroundings you just have to visit Belga Queen. Belga Queenhas aBrasserie, oyster bar, beer bar, cigar bar. Belga Queenhas a fresh cuisine with some inventive attitude. It is a business lunch place but don't mind there is also a space for you. They have menu offers with beer menu' s. Itis a very Belgian place and beeris used in many preparations. I had a great beer menu last time I was there.

As a curiosity I have to say that almost everyone I have had with me in here have commented the toilet - nice a very special (walls of see-through glass - but not when you enter)
Eating in a living room
TYoungTX TYoungTX
53 reviews
Belga Queen Jun 26, 2003
The Belga Queen in Brussels is not your typical restaurant. It is housed in a former bank building, so from the outside looks like a solid, conservative, grey business institution. Inside, however, is a different story. The restaurant is cool and elegant, yet very hip. The bar has a blue neon lighting scheme that gives it a frosted appearance. You can chose to go to a beer bar, a cigar bar, an oyster bar -- or just a bar bar.

The restaurant prides itself on using the best locally sourced ingredients -- and many of the dishes are cooked with Belgian Beers. They are well known for their seafood dishes, but also have many vegetarian and meat dishes as well.

I started with the Scallops St. Jacques, followed by the Sole Meuniere. Both were wonderful. I passed on the beer, but had a great French white burgundy that paired quite nicely.

If you go, you must check out the unisex bathrooms. The doors to the stalls are clear when they are opened, but magically frost over when closed. Oh the stories they could tell!
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