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Brussels for 1 Day - 2 meals and best chocolates

OC Mutt | Sep 10, 201704:46 PM     1

Going to Brussels for a day in Nov. Will likely need to eat both lunch and dinner but the latest one can depart on the Eurostar is 7:50PM. So given those parameters what are the best options. Most likely we will arrive at noon.

Most restaurants have slim opening hours, something like 12 - 2 and then dinner from at the earliest 6:30PM onwards, which is essentially too late to make the return train home.

How would the hounds make the best of this?

Of course we want a classic like Moules Frittes but beyond that are open.

Also we would like to find the best places for chocolate. One of us likes Milk Chocolate (and loves Leonidas but obviously wants something unique to Brussels) the other likes super bitter dark.

All this given the restrictions of our travel plans and hours that places are open presents quite a challenge for the Chowhound community but I have faith!

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