+
Restaurants & Bars

Overnight Layover in Brussels

TitoSofrito | Dec 12, 201408:43 PM     1

I have an overnight layover in Brussels, arriving around 5pm and leaving 10am the next morning.

I've read a few previous posts, but trying to get more opinions. I want to explore the city but was also hoping to eat a lot during my short time. Thinking 1 nice meal (under 75 euros before drinks,tax,tip), 1 late night mussels and frites and then a waffle for breakfast.

what restaurants/neighborhoods would be best to go, while still allowing sightseeing. I prefer exploring the city by foot rather than car/metro. I know the city is quite small, but is this even feasible.

PS. I don't have a place to stay yet - was going to plan that after I know where I am eating.

Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

More from Chowhound

How to Navigate Cheap Wine and Score the Perfect Bottle
Guides

How to Navigate Cheap Wine and Score the Perfect Bottle

by Amy Schulman | There is no shortage of cheap wine in this world, but if you want good cheap wine, there are a few...

15 Creamy Soup Recipes for Warding Off Cold Winter Weather
Recipe Round-Ups

15 Creamy Soup Recipes for Warding Off Cold Winter Weather

by Jen Wheeler | Is there anything more perfect than a steamy bowl of soup to fortify you on a bone-chilling winter...

5 Icons of the French Pastry Case That'll Make You Say J'Adore
Guides

5 Icons of the French Pastry Case That'll Make You Say J'Adore

by Patty Lee | The pastry case at a French bakery can hold a dizzying array of baked goods. There are breads, cakes...

How to Feel Right at Home at a Fancy Restaurant
Guides

How to Feel Right at Home at a Fancy Restaurant

by Pamela Vachon | If you're not accustomed to fancy restaurants and are nervous about exactly how to act or what to...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.